Pierre le Roux
arbor at mweb.co.za
Fri Oct 16 15:50:39 EDT 1998
How about including Budleia species for nectaring plants? Thistle
might me good for a short period only. Pentas as well as Waterfuchsia
( Balsiminae) might do O.K. if you have lots of water.
The main problem with open rearing is that you will lose alot of eggs
& larvae to parasites. and in a small area with a large
concentration, diseases will also build up quickly. Much better to
rear in sleeves or containers, and sterilize these in Milton or other
hypocloride solutions before using again.
Pierre le Roux Tel&Fax:+(27)-15-583-0084
P.O. Box 8 ( Cellphone+27-82-9234-975)
23 05'S 30 15'E, 680m above mean sealevel.
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