Aminopyralid is a weedkiller mostly used on grass and hay fields. The herbicide binds strongly to plant material. The poison can enter horse manure if the horses eat hay that has been sprayed with the weedkiller. Manure from animals fed
Following the spate of break-ins to sheds on our site we thought we would remind members of the guide to allotment security that the Fed (ODFAA) developed a couple of years ago. This has been up on our website (on
Oxford NHS Foundation report that their Minor Injury Units have seen a significant increase in patients with bites from the Blandford fly – a bloodsucking black fly, 2 to 3mm in size, which gives a particularly nasty and painful bite.
Despite heavy rainfall for some this month and widespread winter flooding, the UK may be on course for a drought this summer. Find out more in the latest Hydrological Summary and Hydrological Outlook from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology.
Anyone who watched Gardeners World last week will have seen Monty Don dealing with his garlic, and removing the ‘scapes’ (the developing flower buds). He mentioned that garlic often starts to flower following periods of dry weather and when I
Oxford Hub are offering free volunteer support for people who are not able to maintain their allotments during lockdown due to vulnerability to Covid-19. If you are aware of anybody who may benefit from this support, please ask them to
Hi Folks. In case you didn’t receive an email with this news, we have received the following from the Council via ODFAA The Council is concerned about bonfires during the lockdown period when many people with pre-existing respiratory problems are
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One of our Committee members, Cathy, has created a WhatsApp group for members on our Twenty Pound Meadow site: There is a WhatsApp group for speedy exchange of information, this is the best way to communicate issues to everybody particularly
Read some of Ally’s latest blog dealing with Community & Gratitude for Wild Greens: What extraordinary, challenging and creative times we live in! Over the last few weeks life as we knew it has been turned upside down as the