Don't let August heat stop Winter weed control

By JULI HUGHES COUNTY COORDINATOR/EXTENSION AGENT III MSU EXTENSION - CHOCTAW COUNTY,

It may be hard to think about winter weeds when the temperature reaches triple digits in these "Dog Days of August" but now is the time to begin doing something about preventing annual weeds that show up as young seedlings in the fall and become quite unsightly by mid-winter through spring. 

 
 
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