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Ants in Roots of Plumtree

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Napo starts with ...
Hi,

I just recently planted an Italian Plum in my garden (mostly clay) and within 2 days an ant population moved in the nice black loosen top soil I filled the hole with. I tried a so called eco friendly ant repellant from Chemfree, but with just very limited effects. Does anybody have a solution for me? I'd rather not use RAID, as I want to eat the fruits (if there will be any)...

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aNON says...
Wheres Nova Scotia?
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Anonymous says...
What has using raid with eating the fruit when they grow. Napo, one has nothing to do with the other so poison the ant nest of.
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