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  • In the experiment, when scientists ran the tractor slowly and applied the weeds with a high-flow rate of steam, some citrus weeds like goatweed and sedges burned and did not grow back significantly while others, such as Pusley did, said Ramdas Kanissery, a UF/IFAS assistant professor of horticultural sciences.
    Courtesy, Ramdas Kanissery, UF/IFAS
    In the experiment, when scientists ran the tractor slowly and applied the weeds with a high-flow rate of steam, some citrus weeds like goatweed and sedges burned and did not grow back significantly while others, such as Pusley did, said Ramdas Kanissery, a UF/IFAS assistant professor of horticultural sciences.
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