At 10:24 PM 8/9/99 -0000, Craig Gilbert wrote:
<excerpt>Some discussions on the Georgia Land Stewardship list have
addressed this tree native to China with a deep tap root, pounds of
leaves, and a life of some 10 years to have a viable timber product.
Previous Sanet posts have mentioned its ability to aid in reclaiming
sites of hog waste.
The issue of introducing the species to this area with out understanding
its impact on the balance of our eco system was raised.
Is there a useful insight as to introducing yet another foreign plant
into our region (Southeast)? Does anyone know of potential problems with
Incidentally see the Georgia Land Stewardship Assoc.. site at
Mark Ritchie, President
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
2105 First Ave. South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55404 USA
612-870-3400 (phone) 612-870-4846 (fax)
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