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(Arinet.com)   Tallahassee using sheep to rid city of kudzu   (newsfinder.arinet.com) divider line 6
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2001-07-24 08:00:43 PM
Damn, we need some of those sheep out here in SoCal - the biking and hiking trails are overrun with that crap. And it smells like B.O.
 
2001-07-24 08:12:03 PM
Oooo, I like this form of biological control... Often there are problems when introducing a new "predator" to control an exotic pest; they become a pest, too. Sheep populations, however, are easy to control...

Anyone for mutton stew? Yum.
 
2001-07-24 08:25:16 PM
Only goats and Japanese can eat kudzu.
It's the Godzilla of the plant world.
I've meditated on hot, humid nights and watched it grow.
(No, I'm not kidding.)
 
2001-07-24 08:31:32 PM
Finally! A weed whacker we can eat.
 
2001-07-25 12:17:12 AM
And have any of you ever experienced Kudzu in real life?

Seriously. I lived in North Carolina and Tennessee and it was the worst!

Want to cover a hill and all the trees permanently? And kill all the trees you own? Let Kudzu in yer property!

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Smell my Finger?

~Pinky~
 
2001-07-26 12:39:57 AM
Okay, I see how you all are. No fear of Kudzu.

I see how you are.

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~ Pinky ~
 
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