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When the oak is felled the whole forest echoes with its fall, but a hundred acorns are sown in silence by an unnoticed breeze.

Thomas Carlyle

SC Forestry

Forestry, Conservation, Land Management.

Southern Counties Forestry

Summer

   Spot / Band spray all new

   planting less than five years

   old


          Herbicide treatment of Scrub

           on heathland and grassland



    Treat invasive weeds:

    Giant Hogweed, Himalayan Balsam,

  American Skunk Cabbage



 Bird nesting season finished



Herbicide treatment of Bracken

Autumn

Tree felling and clearance



         Herbicide treatment of           Rhododendron



      Herbicide treatment of

      Japanese Knotweed



   Brush cut young plantations



Deer fence any new planting ready

for the planting season

Spring

Spot / Band spray all new planting less than five years old



         Control Ragwort while in the                    rosette stage



     Treat Rhododendron with

      herbicide in areas with heavy

    Bracken


 Bird nesting season begins



Weed wipe Paddocks

Winter

Tree and hedge planting



         Tree felling and clearance



     Beat up previous years plantings



  Heathland clearance



Apply residual herbicides

Year Planner

Lammas growth...

A second flush of growth in late summer by some species,

e.g. oak.