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Hi! My sister lives in the San Diego area (where I'm from}. She has a problem. She has some pepper trees that have a bad infestation of dodder, that parasitical orange -colored vine that covers native chaparral during the wet season sometimes. It doesn't have chlorophyl (sp?), but is a flowering plant, probably spread by birds. Anyway, it's having a field day on the pepper trees. It usually dries up during the dry season, but this year it's got a head start and may even kill the trees. Any ideas? Organic methods preferred. Thanks! Brian from San Diego.