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Posted by on August 22nd, 1999 02:06 PM
In reply to Weeping Willow Roots by David Chamberlin on August 21st, 1999 12:54 PM [Go to top of thread]

Weeping willows, while beautiful to look at are a menace to the homeowner. The get into your weeping tile and clog it. So I don't need to explain what happens then. And the distance doesn't matter. The roots seek out sources of water. If there is a crack in a sewer or water line, the roots will find it and plug the pipes. If you see a ww tree that grows really fast, its because its found a source of constant water supply. Always a bad sign.

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