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Permalink Abrasive Weeding Fact Sheet and Video Available

eOrganic has a new fact sheet and video offering the latest research on abrasive weeding, a non-chemical weed management tool that uses compressed air and grit to abrade weeds. The materials are the result of a NIFA-funded research project that has been exploring the possibilities of abrasive weeding in organic farming. The fact sheet highlights the current state of abrasive weeding research and practice, including a summary of crops tested, applicator design considerations, expected weed control, possible grits, and economic feasibility.

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