Rotational grazing to play a part in blackgrass control

Grazing livestock as part of an arable crop rotation could help growers reduce blackgrass numbers while improving soil fertility.

Where herbicide resistant weeds are proving difficult to get on top of, putting the plot down to a grass ley and grazing livestock can reduce the blackgrass seed population in the soil.

See also: How grazing livestock can beat blackgrass

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