Re: thinking of anyone here in SoCal
- From: "FarmI" <ask@itshall be given>
- Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 14:35:34 +1100
"Taria" <tariawilson2@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
If you ar worried about the hazard of a green live tree than
a dead one is really not too great on an idea.
Cut it down and have it properly taken care of.
I'd love to do so but Eucalypts reshoot unless they are poisoned so it needs
to be poisoned to avoid regrowth. I want to get rid of it but he doesn't.
I won't poison it unless he agrees as a live tree is better than a dead
eyesore even if it is a potential bomb, alive or dead. To do anything
without his agreement would be a huge source of domestic disbliss so until
he moves from his view, I do nothing but bring it up in conversation
regularly. He'd probably call that nagging, but I would say that I haven't
even started to nag yet.
"Kathleen" <khhfmdeletethis@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Those bloody eucalypts are deadly (as are pines). I won't have them
anywhere near the house. I'm currenlty arguing with my husband about
getting rid of a euc. that is what I consider too close for comfort.
So far I'm yet to win that battle.
Just use your imagination a little. I'm fairly confident that I could
pull off a hit on a piece of local vegetation without anybody being the
wiser. Something involving triox, maybe. I'm not so impressed with
Roundup on woody plants.
LOL. I have no trouble at all figuring out how to kill it (lots of farm
chemicals are available to me) but I need him to chainsaw the dead tree
and since its a big one, I need him to agree.
Something comes to mind about copper nails.....
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