I just purchased a 520 acre parcel that is 50% Iowa River/Timber and 50% WRP (Wetlands Reserve Program). The WRP is virtually all reed canary grass and I think the WRP would be willing to pay to get rid of this invasive grass. I need to put together a plan to replace the reed canary. I was thinking of mowing the existing reed canary grass around August 1st, spray it with Round Up, come in next spring and no till RR Beans and then get it into Cave In Rock Switchgrass after I harvest the beans. I even thought of planting RR Beans for two years just to make sure I get a good kill on the reed canary. I think WRP may go for it if I make the case that it is the only way to control the reed canary. Any other ideas or suggestions would be great. The property is in Central Iowa. Just South of Tama, Iowa. Thanks for any feedback!