THE PULLING OF SEED PRODUCING INVASIVE WEEDS MYTH... DEBUNKED!
The Pullerbear Tree and Invasive Weed Puller company is located on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia. The Pullerbear was invented, specifically, to pull Scotch Broom - a seed producing invasive monster that is all over this beautiful island and down the west coast of the US. However, it is now sold all over the world for pulling invasive weeds and trees of all kinds. On Vancouver Island we have a group called Broom Busters that advocates for cutting broom 3 weeks of the year because pulling may cause dormant seeds to germinate. This picture debunks that myth and the property owner has been enjoying a scotch broom and scotch broom stump free yard ever since.
Whether it's scotch broom, buckthorn, japanese barberry, privet, salt cedar, multi flora rose, amur maple, black locust or whatever... just like a sliver in your thumb, do you snip it off and treated it with chemicals or do you just simply pull it and forget it? This picture speaks for it's self.