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Canada Thistle Field Day

Posted by nordbyc zone 4 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 31, 06 at 22:52

Canada Thistle Field Day on Tuesday, September 12, 2006 from 9 am to 5 pm at the University of Minnesota Southwest Research & Outreach Center near Lamberton, MN. Discover tips on using the biology of Canada thistle to your advantage. Learn about ongoing management studies. See field comparisons of the latest establishment techniques, and view cultural and herbicide technologies to manage Canada thistle in native prairies. These practices also apply to CRP native seedings, pastures, and roadside right-of-way sites! A detailed brochure is attached to link below. There is no fee to attend the Field Day but you must register by Friday, September 8, 2006 to: Jean Swanson at 612-625-2740 or e-mail (swans008@umn.edu) or contact Louanne Brooks (lsbrooks@dow.com). Please feel free to forward this information to others who may have an interest in the topic.

http://swroc.coafes.umn.edu/upcoming/2006/canthis.pdf


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RE: Canada Thistle Field Day

Can you please share any information on how to erradicate this obnoxious weed. Unfortunately, I live in ND and was not able to attend. I have two weeds that have been very challenging in my flowerbeds 1) Canadian Thistle 2) Bindweed or creeping jenny. I do have one other weed that is causing me to pull my hair out but I've not yet identified it. I've tried round up and it appears as though I might be giving them a good dose of fertilizer instead of a weed killing agent, even when using the 40% strength roundup.

Do any of you have success getting rid of these two weeds?


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