Today we headed south on the Parkway to Highway 74A where a small patch of Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima) has been re-sprouting from previous removal efforts. We used cut/stump treatment with Accord and were finished in a couple hours.
We spent about an hour in July working at a small site where the BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY intersects Highway 74. It was a cute little sloping area under a bridge with a cute little infestation of TREE-of-HEAVEN. We vigorously disemboweled the young trees with CUTTING-IMPLEMENTS and heartily doused the stumps with the finest of poison (ACCORD). The trees emitted a beautiful negative energy that smelled of peanut butter.
Dates: May 19, 2010 - November 26, 2010 Project Leader: Calicoe Richir 208-608-6327 email@example.com 67 Ranger Drive Asheville, NC 28805
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