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Did a little chainsawing yesterday after a good breakfast. Perfect day! Light winds, no blood and very few trees fell on my head. Had my good friend Jim Lane, 74 years old helping me!! Abby the part time waterfowler and full time pet in assist. Waiting on warmth for bee work and food plotting. Corn is gone and the deer are scratching through the clover...
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Tordon only, never had a problem with surrounding trees. I usually add a little crossbow to the mix but ran out...
 

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Looking good, need to get back out with my saw, not sure why the weather has to be nice through the week and horrible on the weekend.
 
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Good stuff Terry! Mother nature hasn't been very cooperative this winter. We did get in one long day last weekend with three saws & got a huge block of overly dense cedar decimated.
 

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If I do this TSI thing will my one rabbit on my place increase in population?
Other than the dozer path, do you have many brush piles on your place? When I was growing up, we had a feral cat issue on the farm. Removing the cats, building brush piles and a couple of winters of relocating rabbits helped a ton.
 
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My understanding, only if the roots of another tree are entangled with the target tree. Like Terry, I've never had a problem.
Roots of common species can sometimes graft together, in which case they will share the same vascular system. Translocating herbicides can move to the non-target tree and if enough translocation happens the tree can be adversely affected or worse.
 

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Roots of common species can sometimes graft together, in which case they will share the same vascular system. Translocating herbicides can move to the non-target tree and if enough translocation happens the tree can be adversely affected or worse.
Yea, they say it can happen with Tordon, some use Glyphosate instead. I've used a lot of Tordon, and like Pinny, never seen an isssue.
 
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