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Re: Hockey Stick for Round-Up

The fellow that sells these hockey sticks said it was the method of choice
for cranberry growers, where the weeds grow taller than the bushes.  If
spraying, you risk the chance of run-off onto desirable plants, and by
brushing it on, you only touch the weeds and also save on chemical.  This is
what he told me.

Monty, how do you go about applying it with a mop?  What kind of mop ?  Do
you carry a pail /container around with you?
Quebec, Canada

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