missbeckyfishin
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Milfoil

Wonder if Milfoil is good for garden. It looks like seaweed and grows in brakish water which leads in from Backbay NC. The wild horses feed off it.

Dillbert
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if you plug "milfoil compost" into a search engine, you'll find a number of people composting it / using it as mulch.

I didn't see anything "nasty" about it -

here's one

http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/group-scoops-milfoil-to-save-cove_2010-08-31.html

stryper
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wow I total read that word wrong. My brain put a space between the f and o.
:lol:
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mattie g
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stryper wrote:wow I total read that word wrong. My brain put a space between the f and o.
:lol:
:twisted:

stryper
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yeah.... I need help...I know. :wink:
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