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Re: poke weed

In a message dated 5/13/2004 9:05:35 PM Central Standard Time, 
rverow@earthlink.net writes:
Short of dynamite, any suggestions  on ways to truly get rid of poke 
weed in one or two seasons.
In a word, no.  I do have a friend who loves to eat it, and she comes out 
every year for a "mess" of it.  It doesn't really bother me too much so I always 
leave some around the periphery of my yard for the birds.  I just keep pulling 
it out of everywhere else before its roots go to China.
zone 7
West TN

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