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podcast 157: knapweed

 
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Paul Wheaton talks to Michael Pilarski (Skeeter) at the spring PDC in Dayton, MT.
Knapweed makes for good honey, mulch...
Knapweed is allelopathic
How to eliminate it. Knapweed doesn’t survive well around irrigation and grazing.
it makes good fuel.
Using weeds and seeds in mulches and hay, straw and alfalfa.
Using bugs on knapweed.
Weeds as a symptom of bad land management
Paddock shift system and Allan Savory‘s work with grazing.

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