wayne stephen wrote:My suggestion is do not rototill it . The most rototilling has done is to destroy the grasses that compete with Johnson grass and allow it to become king of the hill. Tilling cuts up the rhizomes and each one becomes a new plant. As long as it is kept short by grazing or mowing other grasses stand a chance against it. Regionally , you all may have different experiences.
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