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Treat trees now

Dear Editor,
I usually write political letters, but the current Child in Chief isn’t worth bothering about lately so on to another topic affecting our fair Ciry of Great Bend.  
Several years ago I managed townhomes in Lee’s Summit, Missouri and one summer we had a bit of a plague that affected our Pin Oak trees. Some three hundred of them to be exact. Lawn and Garden Specialists all gave us different reasons for varied treatments and most included the addition of iron products to the soil. None of these acutally worked. Our trees were being eaten alive ...

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