Interesting excerpts on weed resistance and management. IMO, we need to
use a variety of approaches for weed control.
I was wondering if anyone has had any experience using animals for weed
control. I saw a poster at the ASA meeting a couple years ago, on
aversive training of sheep to avoid eating christmas trees. The sheep
were then used to control weeds among christmas trees. Also, sheep and
goats can be used to control leafy spurge, especially if they have been
raised on the weed. IMO, use of trained animals is a powerful and
generalizable, but underexploited approach to weed control. I will send
an abstract of a proposal I started to write on this subject if anyone
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