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Re: aaahhhh, another

One of the nastiest weeds I've got, I forgot to mention it in my earlier  
post, is Perilla (don't know the cultivar). Anyway, it was identified by the UT  
horticulturist when he visited my yard.  It's not one that would be grown  
intentionally.  Jason, the horticulturist, said is was poisonous to  livestock 
and a real problem in this area.  It smells awful! But it has a  shallow root 
system and is easy to pull up.  There are just so many of  them!  
zone 7
West TN

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