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Re: Poison Ivy in my front yard

Subject: Re: Poison Ivy in my front yard
Author: Frank C
Date: 6/6/2007 3:04 pm
Views: 2812
Status: Approved
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The fallen leaves I referred to drop in the fall when it tends to get a little more windy in this area. The leaves are changing color at that point but many are still green - I tend to think they are not so much dropping as getting blown off. I assumed the oil remained somewhat active after being covered with snow most of the winter. I'd like the info you referred to however. Thank you Betsy D

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Poison Ivy in my front yard (Approved)Rhonda5/2/2006 1:14 pm
  Re: Poison Ivy in my front yar (Approved)Brian5/2/2006 4:51 pm
    Re: Poison Ivy in my front yar (Approved)Betsy D.5/3/2006 11:46 am
      Re: Poison Ivy in my front yar (Approved)Jim G5/3/2006 1:33 pm
        Re: Poison Ivy in my front yar (Approved)Sharon Dudley5/6/2006 7:49 pm
        Re: Poison Ivy in my front yar (Approved)Betsy D.5/8/2006 1:24 pm
    Re: Poison Ivy in my front yar (Approved)Frank C.6/4/2007 2:55 pm
      Re: Poison Ivy in my front yar (Approved)Betsy D.6/5/2007 7:36 pm
        Re: Poison Ivy in my front yar (Approved)Frank C6/6/2007 3:04 pm