Grant to be used to tackle invasive growth
Friday, August 6, 2010 The Belmont Conservation Commission is expected to use a $33,000 grant to remove a pesky invasive woodland species.
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Since: Feb 08
#1 Aug 6, 2010
i dont know about these trees growing in wetland but when they grow on normal soil the best way to kill them is to cut them 2 feet from the ground in the dry season and strip them of any remaining branches. cutting them to the ground could bring new growth.
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