We just purchased the neighboring property. It's beautiful land. We have a bout 3 acres of woodland, and the remaining 2 acres are a fertile, lush, gently sloping pasture (potential). The grasses are growing from knee-height to above my head right now.
However... Everywhere I look, there's sweet pea. It's not so much in clumps that can easily be sprayed or pulled. There's just one here and there. I'd say one about every 8 sqft, intertwined with the grasses.
How do I get rid of it? I'm not necessarily looking for an immediate fix. I want it to become a good pasture over the next 2 years or so. There are no animals there now (except deer and bunnies).
Spray spray spray?
Till it all under and plant pasture grass?
I'm NOT hand-pulling it.