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Author Topic: Rushes - when to treat?  (Read 5965 times)

SallyintNorth

  • Joined Feb 2011
  • Cornwall
  • Rarely short of an opinion but I mean well
Re: Rushes - when to treat?
« Reply #15 on: December 18, 2014, 12:30:01 pm »
I still don't understand what "weed wiping" is.

Have a watch of Logic's video, that should explain - and show - it for you.
Don't listen to the money men - they know the price of everything and the value of nothing

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Buttermilk

  • Joined Jul 2014
Re: Rushes - when to treat?
« Reply #16 on: December 18, 2014, 07:53:40 pm »
I am into the second winter of strip grazing a wet rushy field, with back fence, and the treading of the plants has really thinned them out already.  I hope to get some summer grazing on the field next year too as stock levels have increased.

Assume this is with cattle.

Equines. Two mules, a native pony and a warmblood horse with heavy feet.

 

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