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That most likely won't stop them since many other plants in your area will be harboring them. They come in so easily. In my area syrphid fly larvae (little green 'worms', about 1/4 inch long, with pointed ends)(see photo below) and lady bugs are the best natural remedy, but they also come in naturally.I am hoping that by not growing them a year maybe the bugs will travel on. Is that a good idea? Nothing seems to get rid of them.
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