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Hectare of semi mature tpo broadleaf woodland was extensively ecoplugged on Friday evening by persons unknown.


FC, planning, police; all aware. 


Is it worth removing the thousand or so plugs this late in the day? 

I'm unsure how rapidly the glyphosate disperses. 


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That must have cost hundreds in plugs. Obvs not normal vandals, who stands to gain from it?

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May be worth speaking to their Ecoplug Technical Helpline - they're pretty helpful - It won't be their usual question - as people generally want to know how to make them work to their best -  But I am sure they will understand 01954 717575

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