Ragwort growing on each side of the A47 which needs removing so that it doesn't seed onto adjoining land thereby getting into grassland and potentially poisoning animals in silage/haylage/hay (when they will eat it because it is then more palatable).
Reported in the Missed Grass Cutting category anonymously at 09:33, Thu 30 July 2020
Sent to Rutland County Council less than a minute later
As described above. If the ragwort is removed every year before it seeds it can be gradually got rid of so that in future little removal needs to be done at all.
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Posted by Rutland County Council at 09:35, Thu 30 July 2020
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