Don't let these poisonous weeds take hold of your land

The spring seeding and burning seasons are over, so now I turn to noxious weed control and the removal of undesirable invasive trees.

Over the past 30 years the weed that garners the most attention by ag producers is the Canada thistle — an opportunistic weed that grows in great numbers in any area of disturbed soil.


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