> To properly dispose of the collected johnsongrass seed, place in paper
> bag, place paper bag on small mound of crumpled newspaper in a clear
> area. Strike match to crumpled newspaper. Stand by with hose to douse
> any escaping embers.
Where the smoke touches the ground it will sprout and flourish.
Incineration only makes it more determined.
> To ensure problem is not repeated next year, when johnsongrass leaves
> appear, wipe with sponge soaked in abour 4% solution of Roundup. Wear
> rubber gloves.
To ensure no further problems contaminating you or your property with the
dreaded RoundUp (TM), take unused portion, in original container back to
where you bought it and demand your money be returned since they wittingly
sold you a product only the HAZMAT people should be allowed to handle.
No further comment.
Son of the Earth
Lawrence F. London, Jr. -+|+- Venaura Farm
http://metalab.unc.edu/london, /permaculture, /ecolandtech
EcoLandTech -+|+- InterGarden -+|+- Permaculture
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