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Re: Bittersweet

That's surprising, Eva, since Westchester is loaded with it and we saw tons 
of it 
down into New Jersey.  All the parkways have just masses of it.  I hope you 
to stay clear.  It's been a growing threat for several years but I've never 
seen so
many berries before, and I know each berry will end up being a new vine.
Auralie - NY-Hudson Valley

In a message dated 12/06/2004 6:59:54 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
EvaTEsq@aol.com writes:
Haven't seen any around here.

Long Island, NY

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