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Re: poke

I have seen garlic mustard at our Extension Service grounds and have once in a
great while come across it at home, but not much.  That's one of the few
pluses of having a small lot. I use all available space for my plants so
there's not a lot of bare space for invaders to grab hold.  Oh, some do, and
they slyly grow alongside a desirable plant until suddenly they're taller and
visible.  Then I'm astounded at their audacity and they get yanked.


On Tue, 14 Jan 2003 09:19:07 EST Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 01/13/2003 8:12:18 PM
> Eastern Standard Time, 
> kmrsy@earthlink.net writes:
> > Garlic Mustard:
> > 
> >
> http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/org/land/er/invasive/factsheets/garlic.htm
> > 
> > Kitty
> > 
> Thanks for doing this, Kitty.  I didn't have
> time last night to research it, 
> but was going to do it this morning.  Garlic
> mustard is truly the most 
> noxious weed I know of, and I can remember when
> it first appeared in these 
> parts about 30 years ago.  It was something of
> a curiosity then, and some 
> people declared it was good to eat.  There are
> a few in every crowd. I try to 
> pull it up every time I see even a small plant,
> but somehow it always stays 
> ahead of me.  I keep telling myself that if I
> get it early before it goes to 
> seed, it won't be there next year - ha!  Last
> year I pulled literally bushels 
> of it, but I'm sure there will be just as much
> this year.  Shady hillsides, 
> (which describes most of my property) seem to
> be its favorite sites.  Auralie
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