Saturday, May 30, 2009

Thought of the Day #146 - Weed Control Going Green?

While travelling through parts of Capitol Reef National Park, I noticed
large portions of land where there was no brush, plant or weed matter.
Even in low-lying areas where the moisture level was high -- still no
plants. I assume that the area's ground is highly alkaline or acidic or
__ which prevents plants from growing. Maybe I'm just crazy, but I think
bagging up this soil and rocks (not from the actual park, obviously, but
nearby) as a natural anti-plant landscaping material would be brilliant
and "green", of course. Am I nutz or does that sound like a good idea?