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Re: Wind

  • Subject: Re: Wind
  • From: STARSELL@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2011 17:59:08 -0500 (EST)

Hi Hermine, and All,
Here in the South bamboo is not an option, for anything!
We have a way too nurturing climate for it and it is so invasive here that
it can nearly not be eradicated.  (Only with help from chemicals not normally
available to homeowners.)
In a message dated 11/18/2011 4:30:43 P.M. Central Standard Time, hermine@endangeredspecies.com writes:
At 09:09 PM 11/17/2011, you wrote:
>Maybe some nice shrubbery??

I cannot think of a better windbreak than bamboo.


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