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Old 05-13-2013, 04:12 AM
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Default Re: Box elder safe to use?

Mikku,
Sorry to hear about your radiation problems. Sounds like a long term problems with wide ranging effects. We are still cutting the dead elms here and now we have ash borer. Ash trees where suggested to replace the elms. Now municipalities are proactively cutting healthy trees to try and stay ahead of the problem. Yes, we may hit 90 this week but its been a cold late spring. Morrel mushrooms just starting to pop.
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Old 05-13-2013, 04:45 AM
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Location: Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
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Default Re: Box elder safe to use?

Yes the radiation is all around, but very few people talk about it anymore. Food safety is an issue that can be controlled. Nothing else can.

They say-"sho ga nai"- meaning cannot be helped! And "gammon" just persevere - tough it out! It is invisible and easily to forget about!

Are there any flooding problems yet from the heavy snows this winter?
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