Turning Archive 2008

Subject:
Re: Sevin and bees
Response To:
Re: Sevin and bees ()

John K Jordan
>Seems like your best option is a forest fire! (Fires used to be common and natural occurrences which kept the forest floors clear and promoted large growth timber. Unfortunately, they do not play well with mixed human habitat.)

BTW, where the trees are tight I use a walk-behind brush mower with hydrostatic drive - it's a Simplicity, similar to a DR Mower but heavier duty. It will cut saplings at 1" or more in diameter. A little pricey though, I think it was around $2500. It is the premier machine for keeping my trails clean.

JKJ

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