Had them sprayed last week. All dying now. Will top the fields in a few days. Will do them again next year until they are gone. As with things like this the next door fields have them too but he won't spray his, so i guess I will always have them to some degree.
Excuse me if this is a silly question; but this year our grazing land for horses is absolutely covered in buttercups. Do they stop grass growing? If I topped the unused paddocks would it help in any way?
All thoughts and advice is appreciated.(y)
My understanding of Class Q and have done two is that the buildings need to have been redundant for over 10 years and not in use.
Class Q will not get you full PP until the building is converted to residential then you might be able to knock it down and build a new build. I had this which is...
I see some people Harrow when grass is at seed point. Not sure if it makes any difference. I don’t bother seems a waste of diesel to me. Yield seems to be constant harrowed or not.
happy to hear others views.
I started metal detecting on my land and through friends have access to a fair bit of land for when I do get a chance to detect.
I appreciate metal detectorists can be a pain, but I wondered if anyone had any fields near Chelmsford in Essex for me to try.
All my land is grazing, I really wanted...