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Old 07-02-2010, 08:10 PM   #15
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Recently discovered neighbor using broad spectrum weed killer around his site and he was spraying my site where he knows I walk my three little dogs. Your thoughts please.

I think if I was mad and wanted to vent I would come on and say why and wouldn't care what others thought about it,and i for one will park at Wal Mart because over 43 years of marriage my wife has spent enough at Wally World to earn the right watch out Wall Mart here we come!!!!!!
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I think permission from management for any type of chemical spraying is in order.

Now, can you take a water hose and just spray and spray and spray to get the chemicals into the ground? You could start a spraying war. Maybe the dogs could get into spraying. (Just kidding)
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Old 07-03-2010, 07:27 AM   #18
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#1 if these are short term rental lots, noone other than the park's manager/owner has the right to spray

#2 if they are longer term lots & the park owner/management gives the users the right to spray, he should not spray on your lot without your approval

#3 if these are purchased lots, #2 above should apply.

If there is some minor over spray, S**T happens!

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Old 07-03-2010, 10:25 AM   #19
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IMO- Unless your neighbor owns the campground he should leave his weed killer at home.

I agree. There are many people who are extremely allergic to any kind of chemicals. A professional Pest Control company has a list and cannot spray anything near these people, who register with the state.

As far as your dogs, they should be kept off the weeds until the chemical has dried and then it is supposedly safe. However, once the dew gets on the weeds, it can potentially be a problem for the dogs, especially if they are sensitive to chemicals. My DH sprayed round up outside once and several days later our cat sneaked out, got on the damp grass and got sick. He had a chemical reaction and had to be treated at the vet. He was sensitive to chemicals even though it had been on quite a while and had dried well. It got wet from the morning dew....

Notify the campground management.
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Old 07-03-2010, 05:57 PM   #20
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Well, thank you good people! You have affirmed my right to deal directly with management, which is what I had done. This is a month to month site that earns discounted rent for long term rental and the right to get listed for a year round site. The offending parties are weekenders who are seasonal in that there site is winterized and off limits to them from October to April. At this campground the seasonals are expected to be here only on weekends or holidays. And their rent reflects this. Thanks again for the support. And now we can get back to the people who are abusing our WALMART privileges!
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