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Old 12-07-2003, 08:20 PM
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illegal parrots feather?

Help me here.

Which states?

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For the reckless at heart I can add
tons of 'you can not kill it' illegal
parrot's feather.
Another full assault is scheduled for
fall.


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Old 12-07-2003, 08:44 PM
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The existing rule in WA state forbids the sale or distribution: anacharis,
cabomba, frog bit, parrot's feather, flowering rush, fanwort, hairy willow
herb, mud mat, water primrose, garden loosestrife, Asian spiderwort,
slender-leaf naiad, yellow floating heart, grass-leafed arrowhead,
dense-flowered cordgrass, water chestnut and swollen bladderwort.

Go here for plant restrictions by state
http://www.watertropicals.com/?http:...t_restrict.htm
It is not a complete list but it gives you an idea.

Last year I saw frog's bit for sale at one of our nurseries.

My parrot's feather is now confined to the Frog Bog, took tons out last year
and it was growing in the compost pile this spring!!!
Another mass cleanout is scheduled for this fall.

Someday I expect the mosquito police to visit my ponds if West Nile takes a
hold in SE WA. I want to be legal when they come. ;-)


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Old 12-07-2003, 08:44 PM
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I believe the restrictions are for the sale of and release into public
waterways, not the possession of. Damn if that does not sound like a
DEA regulation. ;-)

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The existing rule in WA state forbids the sale or distribution:

anacharis,
cabomba, frog bit, parrot's feather, flowering rush, fanwort, hairy

willow
herb, mud mat, water primrose, garden loosestrife, Asian spiderwort,
slender-leaf naiad, yellow floating heart, grass-leafed arrowhead,
dense-flowered cordgrass, water chestnut and swollen bladderwort.

Go here for plant restrictions by state

http://www.watertropicals.com/?http:...t_restrict.htm
It is not a complete list but it gives you an idea.

Last year I saw frog's bit for sale at one of our nurseries.

My parrot's feather is now confined to the Frog Bog, took tons out

last year
and it was growing in the compost pile this spring!!!
Another mass cleanout is scheduled for this fall.

Someday I expect the mosquito police to visit my ponds if West Nile

takes a
hold in SE WA. I want to be legal when they come. ;-)


k30a




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Old 12-07-2003, 09:20 PM
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I wonder if one can smoke parrot's feather?
Not that I would know *anything* about smoking
anything!!!


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Old 12-07-2003, 09:32 PM
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K30a wrote:

I wonder if one can smoke parrot's feather?
Not that I would know *anything* about smoking
anything!!!


Hmmmm. I'll let you know. TTFN

Joe



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