National Trust gardeners use amphibious tractors to save lake from invasive weed

Gardeners at National Trust's Claremont Landscape Garden in Surrey have started removing almost 16 tonnes of invasive weed using amphibious tractors.

by Sarah Cosgrove
Tim Rayfield extreme weeding at Claremont. Image: National Trust/ Dee Durham
Tim Rayfield extreme weeding at Claremont. Image: National Trust/ Dee Durham

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