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Re: Re:Wisteria

> Have never heard that. The times I have used this technique, there  
> were always plants nearby (within inches) and I have never observed  
> any evidence of injury. The only way I think that might occur would  
> be if the plants had formed root grafts like those in the red oak  
> group do, where the herbicide could actually pass through a shared  
> vascular system.

Drilling holes into stump trunk and putting weed killer in with a funnel
works well too -- my dad did it to get rid of a weeping willow once. 
It never sent up any new shoots afterwards.


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