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Re: 'Nother Question


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Posted by Jim(MO) on March 01, 2004 at 14:11:17 from (207.42.111.254):

In Reply to: 'Nother Question posted by Old John on March 01, 2004 at 13:56:11:

I have several patches of native grasses around the place. Mostly switchgrass, big and little bluestem and sideoats gramma. Real pretty stuff and the birds do like it. It's getting kind of overun with cool season grasses and needs to be burned off. Some of the places around here that have put in native grasses for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) have pheasants, quail and praire chickens moving back in. Put in some wildflowers too if you can. Seeds are really expensive. Don't mow the multiflora. It loves to be pruned. As much as I try to avoid the stuff, chemical control is about the only way to go. Especially if you want to do it in one season.


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