You can take the 2-4D and remedy and mix it yourself for alot cheaper than buyimg Crossbowjsramer":9sifn2x9 said:Thanks for all the replys, I like the idea of burning the pasture but have never done this in the past, so may try a small patch to test my skills at that. I do know that the local coop does handle "crossbow" this may be my best alternative.
I'm on here and read weekly but very seldom ask or make comments "just kind of my nature" so it was nice to have so much quick and honest feedback.
thanks to each of you,
ga. prime":3uf9jklr said:If I was going to cut them down, I wouldn't use a machete. You'll get a sharp ended stump that will go through a tire like nobody's business. If you cut them down, use loppers or a chainsaw held so that the stump is left with a flat level surface as close to the ground as you can get. Burning will work if you have enough grass to get it hot.. Cedars are very fire intolerant.
That is an indisputable fact.dun":2rmpexuo said:Problem with burning is if they have any size you'll end up with just as bad stobs as cutting them at an angle. Expensive when run over with the rear tire of a tractor that is filled with ballast.