Surely farming in a way that relies so heavily on one particular chemical is also short sighted?i think they are using it to keep serviced customers and not selling outside that or even a way to bribe a farmer into becoming a serviced customer
a very short sighted tactic imo
not allowed here but yes that was the nearest thing to and precursor to roundup, used to use it on dirty headlands and also in later yrs to get the green down to deter the aphids before ploughing .Gramoxone
i hate brambles with vengance thorn saplings/suckers as well, and thickets of those are the first things that take over on ground that's 'left alone', fudging horrible stuff. i dont even think wildlife likes it much , apart from bugs slugs and elly beetlesThat sounds like a recipie worth knowing for those with a Bramble issue.... eg. after Stewardship for 10 years!!
Well went into the spray shed this morning and it was sat there. Can’t pinpoint the delivery date without ringing and things may have changed today, but it’s been applied today and used up.
My buying group said there was naff all and a big waiting list. Quick ring to some distributors and lo and behold some has appeared. Not cheap but at least I've got a bit more in the shed now.My buying group rang today to say they had a supply £150. Don’t think they would sell to customers just yet though.
My buying group has some, supplies are tight and they are prioritising deliveries and planning pre and post harvest demands to stem panic buying and further straining of suppliesinteresting, i was told he had none, in fact told no one did