There are many factors to consider before applying herbicides and insecticides. In this episode of Job Done Right, Ragan & Massey co-owner Mike Massey talks with Angie about how to achieve optimal results from an application. Is the weather favorable? What safety precautions must be taken? What type of sprayer is appropriate? They also discuss […]
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Episode 2: Know Your Herbicides Part Two This episode of Job Done Right picks up where episode 1 left off. Ragan & Massey co-owner, Mike Massey, offers advice on how to select the correct herbicide for specific uses. It takes a different type of product to kill weeds in lawns without killing the grass, and […]
Anyone who has managed a pasture and who has some observational skills knows that the botanical composition of a pasture changes over time. Often this is at least partly due to the alternating growth of warm season and cool season species, but some of it also results from some plants dying and being replaced by […]
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