Flaming is also used in organic farming to keep the annuals and
biennials from growing and flowering. Eventually the roots will die
from a lack of photosynthesis. If they are already flowering, you may
wish to cut or pull out the plant and flowers to reduce weed seeds
from spreading around. However, I doubt if any weed seeds may survive
the toasting at 3000+ F?
At peace with weeds...
Is the OP in Seattle? If not, who cares?
I just burned my "lawn" and garden off. It's finally time
to plant. And we're going to burn 20 acres of hay meadows off
that we weren't able to hay last year, due to Seattle-type
weather all frigging summer.
Jan in Alaska
Bedouin proverb: If you have no troubles, buy a goat.
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