Discussion in 'Native Habitat Management' started by THE LLC, Jul 26, 2020.
....and various other obnoxious hardwoods. It was HOT but a heck of a lot of fun.
All for these:
Does my heart good!
Never had the nerve to do a warm season burn. Cool season burns are hit and miss on killing hardwood stems. When did you burn that?
This past Sat. July 25.
Very nice. Your grasses should really take off after that one!
Sure hoping so.
It is really hard to get a burn to go in these humid days---even with dry fuels. A good back fire and downwind break and it's not an issue. Fire won't burn if there are no fuels.
I wish I could do that on my lease but the landowner would have a coronary !
I is the Landowner. LOLOL I love, just for no reason, driving a nail in a pine tree.
Question for the experts: What can I spray to kill gums ? These would be small gums that we usually have to mow down each year. Some of them sprout from stumps, some are free growing.
Thank you Sir !
triclopyr as well
I’ve been doing a bit of a sadistic experiment on 2 18” sweetgums in my yard. They shrugged off 50:50 gly last year. A triclopyr treatment this year is looking more promising.
LOL. I bet killed a lot of BIG sweet gums by drilling 5/8” holes in them at a 45 degree angle and filling them with straight glyphosate concentrate.
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