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RE: [PMX Spam:26%] [fukuoka_farming] Re: [ Field bindweed

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  • Connie Kuramoto
    Hard to see bindweed as a friend when it wraps it s tendrila around everything you try to grow and strangles it. It doesn t matter that we end up with deeper
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 30, 2005
      Hard to see bindweed as a friend when it wraps it's tendrila around everything you try to grow and strangles it. It doesn't matter that we end up with deeper soil if the only thing that will grow there is bindweed.
      Connie


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      Sent: Sat 7/30/2005 11:35 AM
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      Subject: [PMX Spam:26%] [fukuoka_farming] Re: [ Field bindweed



      I suspect that the bindweed in WA is the same rascal as grows in BC. I
      found it growing in a raised mounded, never walked upon, having sneaked
      in last year while I was sheet composting the area. From time to time I
      have found a small plant, growing on its own short roots. I suspect
      birds bring the seeds with them. I'd prefer they bring wildflowers!

      irene


      > Ours grows in every kind of soil. Gravel, loose organic soil,
      > compacted soil, everything.
      > Connie Kuramoto
      > Nanaimo BC
      >







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