You don't have to do anything ... nothing you really can do. You can mow and or disk the buckwheat down just prior to planting. If it is too thick it can clog up a disk if you are not careful. Start with the disk high and lower it on each consecutive pass. It can help to mow it a week before hand and let it dry prior to disking. You will get some volunteer buckwheat after disking, but this will die with the first hard freeze.ORIGINAL: Blazed Now what? How do I manage the BW until then, and at planting time in August?
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