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Gas Water v. Wireworm (S371b: 1884)

Editor Charles H. Smith's Note: A brief request for information, printed on page 544 of the 28 June 1884 issue of The Garden. Wallace was a regular reader of and contributor to the magazine, so these initials are probably his. To link directly to this page, connect with: http://people.wku.edu/charles.smith/wallace/S371B.htm

    5214.--Gas water v. wireworm.--The ground here is very much infested with wireworm. Might I soak any portion of it with water from the gasworks, digging it well in? If so, how long must the ground so dressed be left before it would be safe to plant anything? Perhaps some of your readers will kindly answer these questions. --A. R. W.

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