greg mosser wrote:for what it’s worth, mark, topworking with goumi will also work to keep the autumn olive from fruiting.
Joylynn Hardesty wrote:Goumi is a fruit. Burnt Ridge Nursery has a good write up on it's benefits.
greg mosser wrote:well, i still don’t know.
Mark Trail wrote:This stuff is way too invasive. Birds eat the fruit and spread them to to neighbors. Find another hedge that is easier to control. This forum covers too many life zones to suggest a specific shrub but in general there are quite a few berry bushes available for most climates that will not invade your community. Show some love to the folks around you!
Leaning towards keeping it, because in the next lot over is the LARGEST Autumn Olive growth I've ever seen. It's something like a 30 foot diameter growth on land I don't own. So removing mine would do virtually nothing as far as invasive control.
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