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Crook County Weed Control unable to implement herbicide program for 2012

Due to circumstances beyond their control, Crook County Weed Control was unable to implement their annual residual herbicide program last winter.
   The residual program is used to control general vegetation (e.g. kocia, cheat grass, pig weed etc.) on Crook County road rights-of-ways. The absence of this program has resulted in a great deal more vegetation along roadsides than is customary.
   Crook County Weed Master Kev Alexanian is asking Crook County residents to be patient this growing season. The residual herbicide program will resume in 2013.