Posted: 14/01/2013 at 21:11
Please help... I have recently had an un-kept garden levelled and fenced. Before this the land was just uneven and on a slight incline. The garden had not been touched, the grass not cut and the weeds left to grow wild for over 10 years. Now that the ground work has been done the surface is level and the top layer turned over and compressed by the excavators tracks.
The weeds prior to this consisted of Horsetail, Brambles, Dandelions, Stinging nettles, grass gone wild and to finish a few Blue Bells, and are all below the surface. I need to stop them growing again before I lawn the area in a couple of years time. So, my question is, what can I do to prevent anything from growing back? i.e. rotovating with weed killer.