The farm I hunt is about 26 acres and all of it is completely overrun with bush honeysuckle. Each year it gets worse and each year I see less and less deer. This year I decided enough is enough. I started just after bow season in January by cutting it down to the ground and spraying the stumps. Now that the sap is running I've stopped spraying and I'm pulling out all the 1 and 2 year old honeysuckle by hand. Once it greens up I'll start foliar spraying everything that I can reach. Some of this stuff is 15-20 feet tall! I was going to stop working for the year after the spring green up but its so bad that I'm considering carrying on into the early summer. Does anyone else have honeysuckle issues and if so how are you dealing with it? Its amazing how the property is opening up where I've been removing it. I'm hoping the native vegetation will begin growing again in the near future. This project may hurt me in the short term but I know it will help in the long run.