Turning Archive 2004

Subject:
Last Night's Topic About Bugs

Stuart Johnson
>I tried (without a lot of success) to do a Google search and did come up with one idea. One of the sites showed many types of bugs and in virtually all of the control methods low oxygen atmoshere was one solution. One site mentioned trying to use dry ice to get something cold enough to actually freeze the eggs.

This got me to thinking. I wonder if a large piece of dry ice in a sealed cooler wouldn't take care of the bugs, larva and eggs. Place the dry ice and wood in the cooler. Seal the cooler with tape and leave it for a couple days.

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