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This invasive weed is wild mustard (sinapis arvensis), not leafy spurge. I brought a few samples to the office and research showed it to be wild mustard. Bob was right all along. It's not...
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I saw several thistles in the grove and knew they had to come out fast. We have noxious weed "police" in Iowa and they will pay a visit. Besides, thistles can spread and ruin your pasture...
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Some weeds are as tough as iron to get rid of
Radio interview source: Scott Hagood, Extension Weed Specialist, Virginia Tech University   Listen here to the radio story mp3 or read below Staying ahead of weeds in the pasture can be a...
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You probably have some of these weeds in your lawn, gardens, or pastures. Get rid of them now, so you won't have be overrun next year.
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A little cleanup now will go a long way come spring
  Interview source: Mike Moechnig, Extension Weed Specialist, South Dakota State University                        ...
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I took a walk through my 22-acre pasture yesterday to see how it was faring in the drought. For the most part, it was a sea of brown. On the south slope were random spike-like weeds jutting up 5 feet...
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Everything greens up nicely in the spring – including weeds. Win the war on weeds with a healthy lawn, timing your weed attack, and using control methods.
Radio interview source: Rhonda Ferree, Extension Horticulture Educator, University of Illinois Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Invasive spring weeds are nobody's friend...
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Uncle Sam is spying on your farm from overhead. According to the Soil and Water Conservation Society, federal conservation officials are using aerial photography in several states, including Iowa, to...
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A whimsical view on this much maligned ground cover
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Lots of acreage owners try organic lawn care, but soon they find that going all natural requires more work and expense than they can provide.

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