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    Kaolin clay, natural insect control for garden

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    By Amy Grant Do you have a problem with birds eating your tender fruit such as grapes, berries, apples, peaches, pears or citrus? A solution may be an application of Kaolin clay. So, you inquire, “What is Kaolin clay?” Keep reading to learn more about using Kaolin clay on fruit trees and other plants. What…

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