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Re: CULT: Alfalfa Pellets

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] CULT: Alfalfa Pellets
  • From: "Racheal Nekuda" <lilylvr@kansas.net>
  • Date: Thu, 2 May 2002 20:05:36 -0700

Hi Rosalie,

I can tell you from experience that the amount of weeds depends highly on how it is milled and then where it is stored. If now milled at high enough temperature the weed seeds survive. Even at a temperature that kills weeds if stored in a dirty bin weeds can come up. Last year I had some milo in my feedbags and this year there was quite a bit of wheat and 2 stalks of corn showed up. Easy enough to pull out if caught early but both grow like gangbusters in garden loam. 

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: RYFigge@aol.com 
  To: iris-talk@yahoogroups.com 
  Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 1:44 AM
  Subject: Re: [iris-talk] CULT: Alfalfa Pellets

  John Bruce wrote that he felt the pellets were responnsible for his extra 
  weeds.  Are you sure about that?  I would think the pellets were the same as 
  the meal and the weeds came from the  plowing/digging/rototilling/spading or 
  however you worked the ground.  As I understand it, there are weed seeds down 
  there that surface whenever the ground is disturbed  --- maybe buried for  
  many years.  I  have used pellets for many years == they are the small 
  pellets the size of an eraser -on-a-pencil  -- not the size of a thumb-size.  
  They stay put and don't blow in the wind when putting downl   And it is true 
  that horse, not rabbit food is preferred.  Rosalie nr Baltimore  zone 7  

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