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Thread: avery killer weed alfalfa for the early season

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    Default avery killer weed alfalfa for the early season

    Was thinking of using this to brush up my layout blind during the early season. We hunt mainly green cut hay fields and some alfalfa. Anybody used the alfalfa killer weed? How do you like it? The early season is the hardest time to properly brush up a layout blind in my opinion.

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    I have 3 boxes of it, If you use it as a base layer then grass on top of it you should be ok, more of an olive color IMO

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    killer weed is meant to be a base layer that you put a minimal amount of natural veg over the top. Been using for years, works great
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    Thanks for the replies. Sounds like it will work with a little less brushing involved. Will be ordering some up. Is one package really enough to cover a layout blind. It's cheep enough. I might get two to make sure I have enough.

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