One of the nice finds at last Brimfield was a fixed fence, early 19th
C raising plane, no name but clean and neat body. Needs a new wedge
and a new tote too. There are three or four worm holes. Nothing that
I can see active (the old plastic bag test... encase it and wait to
see if the little buggers kick their worm-doo-doo out the exit ramp)
but I do want to strike fear and loathing into them if they are alive.
It occurred to me that the method I use to zap ants and other
crawling insects in and outside of the house might work. Straight
clear vinegar spells death to most bugs (even a little poured in
standing water will knock off the mosquito larvae). Or even some
acetone injected into the tunnel in tough cases.
I wonder if this might work for this case were-in there are only a
few exit holes. Inject the liquid just to make sure that nothing
Any ideas on this?