Mowing to Manage Noxious Weeds

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Mowing can stress noxious weeds and favor growth of desired plants. In a Montana study, spotted knapweed density was decreased about 85 percent by one mowing during the flowering stage.

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  • AuthorRoger Sheley, Kim Goodwin and Matthew Rinella
  • Copyright2017, Reviewed
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