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His strategy seems solid, but can you comment Ed Logino's strategy. Go here to reply
I am planting a native tree shelter belt to provide wind and good sound protection to replace trees damaged and killed by hurricane Katrina. Trees planted in a box pattern,one tree planted, five feet to south another tree,same to east and west, all five feet apart, with center a compost pile of whatever tree leaves i can find, started in 2008, scyamore 12 feet tall, red maples 8-10 feet tall, one bald cypress 14 feet(maybe planted in 2007), shelter belt a good sound barrier with I-10 traffic noise to north, anyone on gulf coast rehabbing hurricane damage, if so what rehab are you doing?
and thanks for becoming my Grove friend on such an auspicious day. Pardon me for using the Comment feature but The Grove has refused to let me send or reply to inbox messages for weeks and nobody has figured out the problem yet. ...don