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Friday, September 29, 2017

Disking Bulrushes

I'm finally getting some of the bulrush forests knocked down in hopes of reclaiming the land now that it has dried up. Beaver trenches and dead trees make it interesting. I think it will still need to be burned as there is too much vegetation laying there for anything other than a disk to work through. At least it won't be a snow trap to catch more water for next year.


  1. Will plowing and disking kill them off as the soil dries, or will you have to use herbicide to finish the task?

    1. I think tillage should kill them. Apparently they are edible too as seen in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxKNQ6vsvRQ