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Re: wisteria

Oh, I see, Cathy, that could be what they were referring to, since we do  
have a lot of Oaks around here....not in my yard though.  SO it should be  okay.  
Thanks for the info, everyone!!
Appreciate it a lot!
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 3/18/2006 7:51:23 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

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

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