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10674Re: Dealing with Locust Shoots

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  • ross.gigee
    Apr 5, 2010
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      Build a fire over the stumps. Or, I think goats will eat locust, too, if you have goats.

      People always comment on my Staghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina) about how hard it is to get rid of when it's cut down. My answer is: Why should I get rid of it? The goats love it, so I carry it to the goat yard. This makes much more effective use of space than merely having an herbaceous pasture. It's a pasture in 3-d.

      Thanks for not using herbicide.
      Ross
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