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Murder, she wrote!!
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Posted 2009-01-28 6:39 PM (#20185)
Subject: Murder, she wrote!!

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Location: Lamesa TX
Okay I have this BLACK thumb, not it's not brown, it's black, if it's flora or fauna I can kill it in two notes or less! EXCEPT!!! These horrid elm trees, they grow and multiply and when you cut them back TWO grow in their place. They're ruining my foundation (which is old and precariously poured) and my plumbing.

Anyone know how to kill these? All I've found is "Dutch Elm Disease" but I'm not thinking I want that! I want these blasted trees gone gone gone gone!!!!
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Posted 2009-01-28 7:39 PM (#20190 - in reply to #20185)
Subject: RE: Murder, she wrote!!


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Location: Iowa


This is what we use in Iowa for control of trees that we don't want to grow here. Check it out...I'm not sure it is legal in Texas, but I'm thinking it may be. You can probably get some from a Yard Care Company for your own use. You won't need very much, because you can just paint an open wound on the brush/tree that you don't want. We use it full strength here, for a "for sure kill" (probably not legal that way, but it kills it!)



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