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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: about last week

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Posted by Maggie/TX on December 04, 2002 at 13:49:17 from (

In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: about last week posted by Bob /Ont. on December 04, 2002 at 13:12:31:

Bob, I bet you're talking about Kudzu vines, right? Kudzu grows all over the place in the South and is getting a foothold over here in southeast Texas now, thanks to a local guy who brought some and planted it on a hillside to combat erosion. Well, he doesn't have to worry about erosion anymore, no siree! When you live around Kudzu you just have to keep it cut off of whatever you don't want it on and it is a constant battle. I know when I lived in Alabama there were places it completely covered, but that was in out of the way, unlived in places. You just have to fight it all the time, kinda like Japanese Tallow trees. By the way, don't ever let anybody talk you into taking a Japanese Tallow tree home, no matter how pretty you think they are. They are just as bad as the Kudzu or worse, because their roots go very deep and they are HARD to pull up even when they are little.

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