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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
If you find Weeds succeed each year despite all attempts to beat them with chemicals OR Weeds on your land have developed resistance to all the chemicals that it is feasible to throw at them OR Weeds seed before you … Continue reading
If you find Grazing animals have different objectives to managers of animals OR Animals will roam all over the place picking at the smorgasbord of delicacies and leaving the bits they don’t want, thus allowing those plants to develop into … Continue reading
If you find A pest problem indicates that something was not done to head off the pest or to profit from the pest OR You ask How do I beat this pest? at about the same time each year because … 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
If you find Bare ground fills with weeds AND If you don’t grow something in a particular spot, nature does and it is usually something you don’t want there Then, Believe it or not, Nature fills any vacuum is a … Continue reading
If you find Weeds establish on bare ground AND Nature fills any vacuum AND When you reduce your use of chemicals, you will most likely have no reliable fallbacks, so your management system must work and must be integrated AND … Continue reading