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Re: Hockey Stick for Round-Up

Have never heard of it, Barbara..But if you do find out, let us know who
makes it, where you got it, etc..I use the old sponge method, holding the
offending plant in my gloved hand and "painting" it with the sponge.
Effective, but messy.


At 07:21 PM 6/23/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Saw this cool gadget for brushing on Round-Up.  They call it a +ACI-hockey
>stick+ACI-  and thats what it looks like, except its a sort of plastic
pipe in
>which you pour your mixture of R.U. and its dispensed through what looks
>like a paint roller at the other end.  You just sweep this over the weeds of
>choice, without any danger of drip (or so they say).  Supposedly cranberry
>growers use it.
>Anyone use this or know if its any good?
>Quebec, Canada
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