Controlling grass and weeds in your perennials should be at the top of the list By Jon Cooner WINA Director of Special Projects
s the first warmer weather of the year turns our minds to getting back outdoors and enjoying spring leisure activities, it can be easy to forget about food plots. Avoiding that temptation, though, yields big dividends. Controlling grass and weeds in perennial forage stands is one reason thatâ€™s so especially important. Doing so is easy, and it pays off in many ways for next hunting season and years to come.
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