While it’s a case that common sense should prevail, it’s hard when the very people making the rules lack that same common sense. It might be dry in the winter than it was in the summer like it was the previous year but yet you can’t spread even if conditions and forecast is right, you have no choice then when the window opens and are more under pressure to have to take the chance.Your only supposed to spread in the open period if there is no heavy rain forecast.
Lads seem to be under the impression that they can do whatever they want once January comes.
Of we get a dry day in December then everyone says sure these rules are a joke we could be spreading away today.
Nothing to do with the fact that there overstocked for the amount of storage
And I doubt there many places in the country that really have that much storage over what’s recommended. That not to say you shouldn’t, but all regulations has to work in correlation with each other not independently like they seem to