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    weed eater?

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    Roundup time.


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    My CR book has a charge for vegetation removal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acsolutionsllc View Post
    My CR book has a charge for vegetation removal.
    Wildlife removal?

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    What's the problem? Those are some vine looking units.
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    I'd cut them or roundup them, never weed eat them. A weed eater can do a lot of damage when it unintentionally folds over the coil fins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by allan38 View Post
    I'd cut them or roundup them, never weed eat them. A weed eater can do a lot of damage when it unintentionally folds over the coil fins.
    I know better. I pulled weeds by hand then put roundup on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    What's the problem? Those are some vine looking units.
    Oh ain't u funny!

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    seen alot worst if anything i'd be more worried about them so close together

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo86 View Post
    seen alot worst if anything i'd be more worried about them so close together
    Yea they do run a little higher than normal head. I think they are recirculating. Only shows up on the hottest days of summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    Oh ain't u funny!

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    Now those are some green units!

    Jokes aside those are service indicator vines. I plant them on all accounts. Then you tell the customers if you cannot see the units it is time for service. I just looked at the instruction book that came with the seeds and judging from your picture in about two more weeks those units are ready for service.

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