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To ask/inform the neighbor or not (tree limbs over property line)?

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  1. dennishoddy

    dennishoddy Sharpshooter

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    When I lived in town 30 some years ago, we had a rent house next door with some floribunda rose bushes on the property line.
    The branches came through the chain link fence, and the roots got into the clay pipe sewer line that ran down the fence line requiring me to roto root the line every year to clear out the roots that came through the joints.
    I asked the landlord if I could remove them as it was a rent house and I would fix the soil/ground so it was level, etc.
    He thought the bushes added to his property value and made people want to rent because of the pretty flowers.
    One dose of Copper Sulfate in the Sewer that summer fixed my issue.
     
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    I dont play a lawyer on TV nor have I stayed in any Hotels, but I would think you need to sue the squirrel. :)
     
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    We have 20 some walnut trees in our yard. Some 75'+ tall.
    You have no idea how nasty those trees are in the fall.
    In the summer, they are the greatest shade trees created, but starting now when the leaves are changing, the walnuts are falling from 75' in some cases and the stems that they grow on will fall later and fill our rain gutters requiring cleaning weekly. Yes we have covers over our gutters. Those stalks fall straight down and go right into the holes of the covers. I would call a logging company to eliminate them and make some great $$$$$$$$, but the boss says no.
     
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    That's a lot of trees.


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  5. adamsredlines

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    I stole this pic for Facebook...my mom was blowing my phone up to make sure I wasnt doing something stupid :D
     
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    Are you sure it's the squirrels?
     
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    For me it would all depend on my relationship with the neighbor. If friends, go talk to them and work it out. If you hate each other, just cut it and throw a dildo over the fence.
     
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    Yes. No issues with dings or splatter. Tons of squirrels around.
     
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    Do you process the walnuts, those things are Expensive to buy for cooking.?
     
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    Use copious amounts of roundup. Yes it will kill a tree in the right concentration.
     

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