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  • Help Help the INCH WORM ...

    Please at least put you name down under this post ....

    Fairfax County Va. plans attack against inchworms...

    In other words in the news paper for Fairfax Va. the inchworm iz to be eradicated...
    Thiz little guy that I remember from seventiez never hurt any one ... he or she iz just doing what they were born to do ....

    Would it not be easier to move them or just leave them be???

    Just drop your name on here or a thankz I am going to try and start a petition with as many people as possible to help theze guyz out...
    Heck they cant speak for themselvez .. and dont know whatz coming






    May the divine bless us all...

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    Come on people I know you love thiz little guy...


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    • #3
      What did these little creatures do to Fairfax County Va?
      Proverbs 3:5 Trust the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding.

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      • #4
        Nothing from the newspaper I read; I believe they like to eat ...

        If you know anyone please have them sign on here to support the petition...

        I actually cant believe more indigo's have not signed up for thiz...
        Last edited by Light.; 02-26-2013, 10:09 AM.

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          FAIRFAX, Va.Fairfax County officials say they’ll fight an inchworm epidemic from above.
          The Washington Examiner reports Friday that the county will bring in a helicopter to drop pesticides on the worms, which experts worry are killing trees.
          This is the first time in a decade that the county has used a helicopter for the extermination work. The county expects to make two pesticide drops in April. The first will take place on 2,000 acres near Franconia and Mount Vernon. The second will be a smaller 200-acre spray.
          The coordinator of the county’s Forest Pest Management Program says the pesticides being used aren’t generally harmful to humans. Residents in the affected areas will receive two letters with more information about the time of the spray as it nears.


          http://washington.cbslocal.com/2013/...idemic-by-air/

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