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Old 04-19-2012, 10:02 PM
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Originally Posted by 1ousooner View Post
Thanks a million guys (or gals), I'll check those resources out. I'll do some research but just out of curiosity will cheatgrass sun out in the summer or is it along for the long haul? I don't have enough of it in any of my yards to get customers up in arms so not planning to spot up on it but would be nice if it went away.
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It's invasive, loves poor soil low in nitrogen. Use Celcius to spot spray and fertilize.
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