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Locust trees dying

Posted by flowergirl70ks 5/6KS (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 26, 12 at 18:07

Anyone here have trees affected by the herbicide Imprelis


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RE: Locust trees dying

Flgirl, the last I heard, the circle of destruction from Imprelis is still widening, now including more broadleaved trees. Where I live there is a golf course with lots of big huge dead Norway spruce. Did you have that material used on your property then?

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I definately did.


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You may be able to latch on to one of the class-action lawsuits that are in the works. I don't have any more details but I hear such are occurring.

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Our Locusts in this area have been struggling for two years now. They were absolutely horrible last year and this year didn't really flourish either, with lots of branches dying out. This isn't just the new small trees either. Locusts are a favorite for municipal landscaping here, and we are seeing it even on 20 year old mature trees.


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Just curious if we're talking Gleditsia or Robinia here...


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Its gleditsia or honeylocust


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