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Fall weed control is important in drought, South Dakota Association of County Weed and Pest Boards says

While visiting at Dakotafest, the South Dakota Association of County Weed and Pest Boards told us the drought has made weed control more difficult. But fall applications are important, and Brenda Sievers told us why.

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While visiting at Dakotafest, the South Dakota Association of County Weed and Pest Boards told us the drought has made weed control more difficult. But fall applications are important, and Brenda Sievers told us why.

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