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BAGWXED.—In reply to the inquiry of S. W. 8., in your issue of Aug. I, it is believed that ragweed may be extirpated by grazing the land with sheep.—Rours. In reply to the second of S. W. B:s queries in your issue for Aug. 1. the simplest method of destroying ragweed in pastures
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