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Category Archives: Weeds
If you find Livestock are selective and will graze what they want and leave what they don’t want OR Weeds build up in pastures Then, A Short hard graze with High stock density allows a paddock to be grazed flat … Continue reading
If you find There are crop problems such as soil-borne diseases and deficiencies from a short rotation OR Stock leave weeds and overgraze the “good bits” Then, Allowing a longer gap may allow recovery. A shorter “on” time may allow … Continue reading
If you find Too much time, effort and energy goes into trying to control weeds and other pests OR A big part of the farm income is spent on pest control measures OR Tackling weeds head-on with chemicals just leads … Continue reading
If you find Weeds seem to do better than crops and pastures do OR Much the same weed problems occur in much the same way year after year OR You set out to grow a crop but it seems that … Continue reading