Propane torch is hot weapon for cool-season weeds
By Bob Johnson
While a machine called CultiClean rolled across a test plot outside of Salinas, the front end mulched the soil to a depth of seven inches and shaped the beds, while the back end sent out a propane flame hot enough to kill weed seeds to a depth of two to three inches.
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