Pasture has the potential to provide
1. The horses nutrition
2. A Safe exercise area
Potentials rarely achieved, often neglected

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Pasture Management
for
Horses

by Denis Lindsell
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Question asked by Sue Goodman on 28/07/10 17:04 - located Buckinghamshire
Bindweed control
Is there anyway to control or even get rid of Meadow Bindweed(pink flowers)in our paddocks.

Reply from Denis at 28/07/10 21:52
There will be a chemical spray to control it but it will most likely need competition from a good crop of grass to finish it off - which may be difficult. Is it really a problem? It is generally seen growing in hedges.

Reply from Sue Goodman at 29/07/10 17:49
Because grass not growing Bindweed taking over. Some sites say piosonous to horses, although never had problem before.


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