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VIDEO LINK: CLEARING AN INFESTED HILLSIDE
DATE: July 10th’ 19
So in this Vid I tackle a problem area of ‘Dog-Strangling Vine’ (DSV)/Black-Swallow Wort (BSW). DSV is the informal term and BSW is the formal term.
It’s on a:
I) hillside… (easier for its DISGUSTING seeds to blow away)
I) That is…
I) Sunny. (More sunlight = more detrimentality)
Plus it’s ‘buffered’ by a roadway, so when the DSV goes to seed it can be easily whisked away by the wind to infest other areas.
Sorry I’m putting my finger over the MIC, however the iPad is kinda hard to hold and record myself at the same time without accidentally putting my finger/hand over the MIC. Maybe if the mic was positioned at the top it would be better?!
I talk about the DSV reminding me of someone exemplifying the Rigid Defence because it looks perfect but it’s DETRIMENTAL. Rigidly Defensive people contribute to Inadvertent Social Tension just like any of the other ‘Defensive’ Character Structures. Inadvertent Social Tension is probably detected through science by measuring the amount of Stress Hormones in the atmosphere. You’d also ‘have to’ interview the involved parties to enquire whether or not their behaviour was deliberate or inadvertent. I suppose it can also be measured by noticing body language, tone, facial expression – although ‘negative’ body language is most likely advantageous when used deliberately.
Murison Woods North seems to be devoid of DSV now – which is great – however I might disapprove of how it was done. I think it was done rashly. It ‘stinks’ of Insalubrious Relational Body. I’ll talk about that later…
I’m reticent with my vocabulary because I’m just trying to be perfect. LOL. Who knew?!
The decaying BSW will probably be food for the Daises later.
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Edited with iMovie and shot with a 5th Generation iPad.
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