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So I have been messing around with a field that was neglected for the past few years. Have cut it, limed it, disked and seeded it, basically was trying to get it productive without spraying it. Finally got disgusted and started spraying. Sprayed a 3 acre section in July and accomplished about 95% kill and decided to put a match to it. Left a green barrier and disked a section just inside for a fire stop.
Not much left to say, pics tell the rest of the story......


Plan on planting a mix of winter rye, turnip, buckwheat, and oats and depending on the results of my efforts, planting a alfalfa/clover/rye mix next fall.
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. any fire intentionally set is illegal
So you are saying setting a brush pile a blaze is illegal? Not saying your wrong but I am not aware of any such statute. I attended a qdma seminar recently and discussed burning with a presenter and there was no mention of any rules or regulations
Trust me, I have had my share of " fun" and learned the value of a fire break
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