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Re: poke

In a message dated 01/11/2003 5:36:18 PM Central Standard Time, 
cathyc@rnet.com writes:

> What are its natural controls?

I, for one, have no idea.  I just pull up the new ones as they come up.  I 
think I said this before (I do that more often every year), but I leave some 
near the more wooded areas of my yard for the birds.  I don't ever do 
anything to just kill it because I do like it in some places.  I haven't 
noticed if the deer eat it.  BTW, I just noticed those "darling" deer have 
topped my three-feet tall gingko I grew from seed.  I thought they weren't 
supposed to like that.  We were about 20 inches above normal in rain fall 
last year so vegetation for them should not be a problem.  Go figure...

zone 7
West TN

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