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    Long Island?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Long Island?
    Long Island? o.0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chicxulub View Post
    Long Island? o.0
    I believe jimscott was asking which Nassau Country your grandmother lives in. Is it the one on Long Island?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanukimo View Post
    I believe jimscott was asking which Nassau Country your grandmother lives in. Is it the one on Long Island?
    Oooh. For some reason it never dawned on me that there might be more than one for some reason, though in retrospect that is a sensible question.

    I was referencing Nassau County, Florida.
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    Sorry--just wanted to bring it to attention once more that my earlier recommendation about the use of Roundup is inappropriate in your situation. Even though I recommended painting rather than spraying, Roundup can still be be dangerous to native vegetation. Phil Sheridan is absolutely correct that the best course of action is prescribed burning and mechanical (not chemical clearing). That was shortsighted on my behalf.

    This is probably a good place to start looking for contacts and other information: http://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divi...Forest-Service

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