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Apr 20, 2015 7:30 AM CST
Name: Michele
Personally, I think the idea of dragging this guy over to see the damage due to his spraying Roundup on a windy day (will people NEVER learn to use a sprayer shield????) is the right approach. I have a rather thoughtless neighbour who tends to spray for weeds early in the season on windy days---especially if the wind is coming from the east and thus brings any drift right over to my irises. He doesn't seem to understand why I'd be annoyed by this (and denies that his glyphosate product has anything to do with malformation problems I have on my plants from time to time) and is a blustery, rude sort so it's no use talking to him. It does make one wish that they'd do something stupid enough to kill themselves, I must say. Very, very sorry to hear of this mishap, Arlyn. . . all my sympathy.

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