As a side note, I read that sometimes Black Walnuts are grafted onto
other root stock (or vis versa?), so you may not have any problems or
have less severe problems than cited for pure black walnuts.
To again not answer your question, I've heard of people painting chain
link fences green with good effect.
It's not "the" black walnut tree; it's a mini-forest with trees
between 3' and 60' tall pretty much all over the perimeter of the back
"yard." As I said, ivy grows up the trunks, honeysuckle twines all
over, etc., etc.
Ouch! True, but ouch! A neighbor fenced in about 3 acres for his horses,
uses that white prefab stuff. I can't wait to see how pretty it looks in a
Wendy* in N. California, who actually doesn't mind chain link fences,
atleast they are not PLASTIC!!!!
"I generally avoid temptation unless I can't resist it." Mae West
What a good idea! How are these types with regard to high humidity and
consequent black spot-type diseases? As long as I have you on the
line and am too lazy to Google, is there a difference between
multiflora and floribunda?
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