[Homeroast] larvae in my cherries
peatmonster at comcast.net
Mon Jan 3 17:51:58 CST 2011
Transporting critters hostile to agriculture is definitely a big deal. Here
in Washington, we have signs talking about "apple maggot quarantine areas"
and then something about transporting home-grown fruit is illegal in these
areas. This is to protect the apple crop.
Although serious stuff, I still snicker when I see that sign on I-405 on the
way toward Redmond. . . . I wonder why Bill Gates hasn't found a way to
have it removed.
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From: "Tom & Maria - Sweet Maria's Coffee" <sweetmarias at sweetmarias.com>
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Subject: Re: [Homeroast] larvae in my cherries
> Fly larvae. Not a big deal, but also not something you should be
> transporting around either!
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