"Just cut the vine and leave it in the tree. The leaves fall off no longer shade the leaves of the tree. Over several years, the vine will decompose and fall out. Do not pull the vine out of the tree, just cut it.
"Hi Gary! Ron Frisbee here from Cornell Cooperative Extension. I try to only moderate on this site in moderation! We met at the Biochar conference a while back. I hope you are well. I will email you about the…"
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Hi Gary! Ron Frisbee here from Cornell Cooperative Extension. I try to only moderate on this site in moderation! We met at the Biochar conference a while back. I hope you are well. I will email you about the woodchip Over Wintering Area project on my farm in Delhi, NY to be installed this year.
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