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Re: OT--Tree Killing

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Another way is to take your cordless drill with an auger bit, maybe 1" or bigger and drill some holes at a 45 degree down angle halfway through the tree and pour the Tordon in the holes. My neighbor's pesky Mullberry trees just across the fence mysteriously died that way. Oops. Jim

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 Re: OT--Tree Killing in reply to Fixerupper, 03-18-2013 17:10:02  
Reminds me of my first house.
The 96 yo man I bought it from was born on the island of Furo in Norway. Windswept island in the cold N Atlantic. They had No trees there. He lived in his/my house for 60 years and hated trees. So for all those years he kept the neighbors branches brutally trimmed away from his side of the fence.
When I bought the place the neighbors' trees on both sides looked like someone had bent them almost over. From decades of trimming hey were bending WAY AWAY from the property line. Not one twig was even close. Looked rather comical.
When I bought the place the neighbor lady who was almost as old he was asked me if I was going to be as cruel to her trees as he was.

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