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Author Topic: liming and reseeding  (Read 2211 times)

lord flynn

  • Joined Mar 2012
liming and reseeding
« on: March 15, 2014, 08:33:06 am »
I have a small paddock that got trashed over the winter. Its now drying out and grass is regrowing-but so is the buttercup. While I am not fussed about lush grass, I know how annoying buttercup can be (I keep ponies-buttercup is not good for them). As the paddock is currently not in use, could I lime now with a view to reseed in a few weeks? I can't actually see me getting  tractor in there tbh so all will have to be done by hand. I also have a manure heap although only 6 months old, the stuff looks quite good already-any value in that at any point?


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