Competitive crop

If you find
Too much time, effort and energy goes into trying to control weeds and other pests
A big part of the farm income is spent on pest control measures
Tackling weeds head-on with chemicals just leads to worse weed problems
A competitive crop is the best way to keep weeds and pests down. This is so whether the “crop” is a traditional annual such as corn or is an orchard, a pasture or an animal crop such as meat, milk or wool.

This is an important part of Crop-beaten-weeds which in turn is the result of fine-tuning your crops and cropping system so they do the weed control for you, without chemicals, with better yields and for less effort.

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