Non-toxic air cleaning houseplants?

Rich Andrews nospam at charter.net
Fri Sep 6 17:07:38 EST 2002


Soylent Green for everyone!

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"Cereoid+10" <cereoid at prodigy.net> wrote in
news:QX6e9.44$Q16.1100073 at newssvr17.news.prodigy.com: 

> How about turning Rich Andrews into cat food?
> Nah, cats don't like imitation pork.
> 
> Most cats never bother plants.
> 
> 
> Rich Andrews <nospam at charter.net> wrote in message
> news:Xns92817645F27B8abcm183316aftwrth at 216.168.3.40...
>> Monique Reed <monique at mail.bio.tamu.edu> wrote in
>> news:3D78B9AE.BD5D5E17 at mail.bio.tamu.edu:
>>
>> > There are ways to keep cats out of the houseplants.  A little
>> > cayenne in the potting soil discourages digging and toileting
>> > behavior.  Most cats find bitter apple or citrus unappetizing, so
>> > spritzing plants with them discourages nibbling.  You can buy
>> > bitter apple spray for just this purpose.  A dilute solution of
>> > orange oil cleaner will also do the trick.  You can provide "kitty
>> > greens" (sprouting grass) elsewhere for kitty to eat.
>> >
>> > Monique Reed
>> > whose tortie makes wonderful spitty faces
>> > when confronted with anything citrus
>> >
>>
>> I know one way to keep kitty out of the plants.  Turn kitty into dog
>> food. 
>>
>> r
>>
>>
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>> or numbered...My life is my own."
>>
>> "I am not a number.  I am a free man."
>> No. 6
>>
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