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About Russian Olive

Introduction of Tamarisk

Problems

Look alike plant

    Differences:

Removal of Russian olive

-         Slash the trunk in several places and apply Round-up® to the wound.

-         Drill holes in the trunk close to the ground and apply Round-up® to drill holes; about 5-8 drill holes per moderately-sized trees will usually suffice.

 

 

 

 

 

 











 

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