Sycamore Saplings in my paddock...deadly to horses
I'm not a gardener but I hope you guys and girls can help.
Horse owners are having a difficult time at the moment with a sudden influx of Sycamore saplings germinating. These saplings cause something called Atypical Myopathy and MUST be removed as they can kill a horse within 6-12 hours.
I have three acres and I'm pulling handfuls of shoots out daily, there isn't a tree in the paddock but I guess the seeds have blown in.
So my question is, when do these stop growing / germinating? my horses are off the paddock but I'm desperate to get them back on it