mootube
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Ah yes, sorry Paul, just an example of my stupid humour. I've read about copper before. If it's better than brass, I'll use that.
Thanks for the update. :D

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mootube wrote:Ah yes, sorry Paul, just an example of my stupid humour. I've read about copper before. If it's better than brass, I'll use that.
Thanks for the update. :D
oh, ok, gotcha :D

no worries, and let me know how this all works out for you.

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I'm 15 so my advice isn't very reliable but I'm pretty sure my Bio teacher told me that if you take a paring knife and cut about an inch deep into the tree (enough to damage the phloem) around the tree it should die from that point up and no one would know why.

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