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Re: unwanted brush

Hello again:

Please excuse a second posting.

Carolyn related in amusing detail her neighbors whose attitude toward plants
does not exactly coincide with hers.  

I have a solution which, believe it or not, I used on my neighbors.

The answer is :  ROUNDUP

My neighbors cut two lombary poplars in their yard last year.  Soon, the
poor trees, desparate to live, were sending sprouts up everywhere, mostly in
my yard, my flower beds and even as far as my house.

Plus, the two stumps had hundreds of sprouts.

I sprayed the Suckers (literally) with ROUNDUP, stumps, too.  Then, I told
the neighbors what I had done.  I know, I shoulda asked first, but, hey!, I
kinda got carried away.

So, Carolyn, and others so inclined, go out in the dead of night and spray
those lot lines, that errant bamboo, those nasty little trees.  And then

Lee DeJongh  Rhinelander WI where the sun shall not set on an unwanted
invader plant.

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