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by Kristie on September 07, 2002 08:09 AM
Moonshadow: I was wondering if you could enlighten me about where and how to plant this? My mother gave it to me and I know nothing about it except she was told it is prone to insects infestation. Is this true and if so what would I use to keep this plant free from that problem? Thank-you for any help you may have on this topic! Kristie

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Kristie A. Maure
by Newt on September 12, 2002 12:31 AM
I did a search at www.google.com and put in quotes like this: "Euonymus fortunei Moonshadow"

Here's a couple of sites that should be helpful. http://www.billlose.com/catalog/plant-info.asp?pid=1159 http://www.floridata.com/ref/e/euon_for.cfm

You can make your own horticultural oil from this site. You won't need it unless you see a problem. Just make one with oil in it.
http://www.co.broward.fl.us/ppi00200.htm

Hope this helped.
Newt

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