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Here's the foaming root killer I'm going to try: http://amzn.to/1OsJgub
 
The reviews are really good and I'm hoping it will keep the roots away. For $20 every 6 - 12 months, it's hopefully going to be a great pro-active fix!

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Hmm... since we just got our sewer line cleaned I'm wondering if I should wait until there is a bit more growth before applying this stuff or just do it now?

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Originally Posted by Nifty-Chicken View Post
 

Hmm... since we just got our sewer line cleaned I'm wondering if I should wait until there is a bit more growth before applying this stuff or just do it now?

for $20 I'd try it now.

 

probably be more effective with fewer roots.

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