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    I live in Fl.and I have ant Lions in some of my paddocks.I have a horse very allergic to them.Does anyone know how I can get rid of Ant Lions..

    SmartPaker Sarah SmartPaker Sarah
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    I’ve never heard of an antlion before, so I looked it up and yikes! I can see why you wouldn’t want them around, especially if your horse is allergic. Unfortunately, because they aren’t harmful to plants or people, I couldn’t seem to find any information on getting rid of them (most gardeners consider them to be beneficial!). If I were you, I’d reach out to your local Cooperative Extension Center (http://www.csrees.usda.gov/Extension/). They know your area best, and may have some helpful advice.

    Good luck!

    -sp-

    Rider, Runner, Stuff-Riders-Say-er, SmartPaker

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