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What to do with my excess cholla.

Edible no risk plant harvesting. I don’t exactly call dicing with cactus spines ‘no risk,’ unless one is wearing armored gauntlets.  But it’s a thought.  I’ve got a lot of cholla still to clear on my property.

08/14/03 • 04:12 PM • Santa Fe Local • (2) Comments

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I’m trying to locate a source for dead cholla wood.  I want to buy hundreds of feet of it at a time.
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Posted by Bob on 09/17/03 at 05:05 PM

DEAR BOB,

WE ARE IN OLD MEXICO AND WE ARE LOOKING FOR CLIENTS FOR CHOLLA WOOD. WHAT ARE YOUR NEEDS AND WHAT DIAMETERS AND LENGHTS DO YOU NEED?

CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT ARE YOUR GOING PRICES MORE OR LESS FOR THESE SIZES?

HOW DO YOU WANT THE WOOD TREATED?

WHAT VOLUMES WOULD YOU NEED PER WEEK OR PER MONTH?

WE CAN MASTERCRAFT WITH MACHINES OR WILDCRAFT BY HAND TO YOUR SPECS AS YOU WISH.

BEST REGARDS,

RICARDO
HORTICULTURAL SPECIALIST
HERBMEX BOATNOCALS

Posted by Ricardo on 10/27/03 at 03:11 PM

 

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