Specialists in weed management
Before and after weed control
Conventional herbicides are usually the cheapest and most effective form of control but there is some skill required to do it properly.
Most people use more chemical than is necessary to do the job. Spray nozzle and pressure selection is important in being able to achieve control with the minimum of chemical, and to avoid drift away from the target area.
When we have a cleared a heavy weed infestation, we usually only have to continue with selective spot spraying, as opposed to broadcast spraying of a site. This allows desirable species, especially native plants to prosper.
So with weed control, what is our point of difference?
The main challenge with weed control is the time it the time it takes to get a good result, and tailoring our approach based on exactly what weeds we are combating. A solid, long term weed removal program requires knowledge of the weed, the location and other factors, so call us today.
Woolly nightshade is spread by seed. The flowers became berries that are very attractive to birds. The birds drop them below their nesting trees. This weed can quickly invade bare land.
Acanthus mollis (Bears Breeches)
Wild ginger is spread by seeds that are very attractive to birds. It grows into clumps of rhizomes that are difficult to kill, and can regenerate when seemingly dead. Highly invasive and will take over an area and prevent native plants growing.
After with replanting natives