About Cambrilea Weed Spraying

Welcome to Cambrilea - where owner-operator Charlie Lea provides expert Riparian Planting and Weed Spraying services to clients throughout the Waikato and the surrounding regions.

Cambrilea focuses on three main areas of service:

Riparian Planting

This is a great way to improve streamside ecology as well as the health of waterways. Cambrilea use 17 different native plants, grown in their own nursery, to provide stream restoration and can handle both large and small Riparian Planting projects.

Weed Spraying

Cambrilea uses handgun spraying and caters for farmers, local authorities and landowners. They can assist with a wide range of weeds including:

  • Ragwort
  • Thistle
  • Gorse
  • Broom
  • Blackberry
  • Pampas

Stock Trough Cleaning

The team provide stock trough cleaning services for farmers throughout the Waikato. This removes all types of contamination and improves the health of the herd and milk production.

Charlie is supported by an experienced team, including his wife Helen who holds a Bachelor of Landscape. Everyone at Cambrilea is NZQA Growsafe accredited and approved, ensuring clients receive expert services on every job.

Please click on the above website link for more information, then call or complete the online enquiry form to discuss all your requirements today.

What makes us different?

We provide Weed Control services appropriate for farmers, local authorities and other landowners. The whole team is certified to handle chemical weed killers. You can request a free quote online.

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1358 Buckland Road Cambridge Cambridge 3496

Products and services

Places
  • Farms
  • Parks
  • Gardens
  • Lawn
Reputation
  • Testimonials
Products
  • Sprayers
  • Agricultural Chemicals
Service Options
  • Free Online Quotes
Markets Served
  • Commercial
  • Agricultural
Services
  • Restoration
  • Spraying
  • Planting
  • Cleaning
Assurances
  • Locally Owned & Operated
  • Registered

Mailing address

PO BOX 1005 Cambridge 3450

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