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Old 12-23-2012, 11:42 PM
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There are many many herbicides that do not need to stay residual or even contact the soil whatsoever to work never mind stay residual in the soil.


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Originally Posted by Smallaxe View Post
You miss the point...

In order for any type of herbicide to work,,, it must stay residual in the soil long enough for the plant to take it up...

Dry,,, is fine for above ground grazing(maybe) ,,, but,,, chickens eat dirt, for the gizzard... all birds do...

Besides,,, he will only have a barnyard,,, not a lawn...

2 dogs can make a barnyard,,, let alone adding chickens, geese,,,and a pig...
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