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 10-16-2004, 07:15 Post: 98508
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I have a couple of small banks with wet springs on them.
The banks are to steep and soft to mow on.
They grow up with weeds and brush.

What kind of cover can I use to on the banks to control or prevent growth of weeds and brush that would require little or no maintenance?






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 10-16-2004, 07:43 Post: 98512
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Perhaps some kind of ground covering ivy. English Ivy is widely used as a ground cover. Just don't plant Poison Ivy Wink yeah right






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 10-17-2004, 09:58 Post: 98566
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There are a couple of places around here where the springs get wet every time it rains, along with some old refrigerators and junk cars.

I wish they would clean up their yards, but then about half of these rocket scientists end up throwing such trash in the river when they do.

Must be some sort of lead deficiency.






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 10-17-2004, 14:09 Post: 98579
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There are a couple of places around here where the springs get wet every time it rains
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These springs don't need a rain to get wet .
They run all the time.
Even in the worst and longest drought we had s few summers ago they never stopped flowing just slowed down so






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 10-17-2004, 19:04 Post: 98589
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I wish I had such a spring..... My wife would dam it up and grow watercress and try to feed it to me in a salad.








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