A trailer containing tyres, rubbish and two gas cylinders were damaged by fire in Gedney Drove End.
The fire broke out in Dawsmere Road at about 3.30pm on Thursday and crews from three stations were called to the scene.
Firefighters used three water hose reels and thermal imaging cameras to tackle the blaze which also damaged about ten metres’ worth of conifer trees.
A Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue spokesman said the cause was “accidental”.
THURSDAY 5.45PM: Fire crews fight blaze in Gedney Drove End
Firefighters are currently on the scene of a large blaze in Gedney Drove End.
The call was received at 3.34pm and crwes from Long Sutton, Holbeach and Spaldinghave been tackling the Dawsmere Road fire.
They are working to extinguish a large trailer containing tyres, rubbish and two acetylene cylinders that are well alight.
People living in the vicinity of the blaze are being advised to close doors and windows due to the smoke from the incident.