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Old 09-11-2011, 05:41 PM   #16
dapjwy
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Many branches will be chipped and used to smother the crownvetch that is taking over a section of the future meadow. Other branches, I've pulled out to use in another brush pile.

I plan to use some larger longs in the woodland, and perhaps I could add some to the meadow as well. My concern is that I can actually make it look like something attractive. I *think* I have the skill...but not sure I have the nerve to be up that high. I've I *can't* then, we'll have not only an eyesore, but also one that is resprouting to wreak more havoc.
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