[NAFEX] "Roundup"/ & poison ivy
regina at kreger.net
Sat Apr 30 19:35:07 EDT 2005
You know, I admit to having used Roundup on poison ivy last year too. I
would not crow about it, though, knowing or even suspecting the collateral
damage it does. It is a choice I would probably make again today, but it
saddens me to poison the earth.
I might even be capable of killing a man in self-defense. And I suppose I
would be relieved if I turned out to have the strength to defend myself. But
I sure as hell would not rejoice in it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Kruse" <richkrus at gvtel.com>
To: "North American Fruit Explorers" <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Saturday, April 30, 2005 6:42 PM
Subject: Re: [NAFEX] "Roundup"/ & poison ivy
> One of the things that brings smiles to me is my use of Roundup last fall.
> My amelanchiers were so full of thistles last year I hard to remove at
> a ton of material to make room for picking.
> Last fall I sprayed the rows with roundup after the leaves had fallen from
> the berry plants. Virtually nothing is growing that is of the broadleaf
> weed or grass weed nature under the berries. I have done this in previous
> years but have failed to make a point of doing it for last few years.
> Yea Roundup.
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