Two of my neighbours object to the use of glyphosate. Can I tell them
I have bought the special organic version - it's made of
There again, in seven days time I could just tell them it must have
been the drought that killed the weeds.
Why are you using it on the garden?
Is this selective by area, or over the whole plot?
(It might not be the right product for the task.)
Really, you all need to get together and decide what you want to
do with the garden, and who does which bits of the work. If there's
a large area of weeds to be cleared, you can volunteer to do it with
glyphosate, and they might instead offer to do it with a cultivator
(or get a "man" in), in which case you could accept that alternative
as it gets you off the hook for that.
What is the intended use of that area afterwards?
Who is going to prepare it?
Who is going to maintain it?
Do you collectively have a mower? (Perhaps you all need to chip in for one.)
Invite them to a meeting, and those who show up and offer to do the
work get to decide. As a shared garden, you probably don't have the
right to use any chemicals on it without their approval.
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