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If you find Inter-row weeds are hard to control OR Animals offer benefits but can cause problems — such as in vegetable gardens OR Orchard pests or ground covers get out of control OR There is more work than you … Continue reading
If you find Your soil is capped or crusted OR Livestock spread seeds OR Pastures get rank and new growth is shaded out OR There is more work than you seem to have time for Then, Give some of the … Continue reading
If you find Overgrazing happens one plant at a time OR Some animals return to regraze the same plant, almost the moment a new leaf appears ( such as a sheep, rabbit, horse or kangaroo) OR Any ground that is … Continue reading
If you find Selective grazers often overgraze the good stuff (as they see it) and undergraze other plants OR Leaving the least appealing plants to continue growing causes many weed problems in pastures OR Sown or improved pastures often don’t … Continue reading