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Mike Bradley replied to Mark Richardson's discussion How to spend the x-mas break, increasing leads.......
"I would recommend approaching local designers; as a designer I have done it the opposite way round. I have always found it essential to have a number of good, reliable and competent contractors that I can recommend to my clients - as I don't provide…"
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Hi all, I'm new to Landscape Juice (and honored to be the 4000th member!)I'm after any advise on how to best go about generating more work for 2015.I worked for a large landscaping company for about 10 years. Learning from the bottom up to project m…
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Gavin Stevens replied to Gardens4u.co.uk's discussion 2-4D weedkiller is Agent Orange !
"Agent Orange is comprised of a number of chemicals. 2 4 D has been around since WW2 as people had to leave the land to fight leading to a form of mechanization."
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Gavin Stevens replied to Phil Voice's discussion Reasons to be concerned by the rise of self-employment
"I can well see where you are coming from as it has a low capital entry & will lead to lower wages for all concerned if the cake is not growing in size."
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phil smith yewtreelandscapes.com replied to Gareth Leek's discussion labour costs
"between £280-£350 per day depending on what we are doing, not including materials and the profit on them, 2 of us me and helping hand, dont cut yourself loose"
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Thermo replied to Gary RK's discussion Surrey CC to close "Buy With Confidence" scheme and merge with CheckaTrade
"im with the wscc one. they tried to bring this in before and didn't get anywhere with it, but im sure it will happen. I have to say when I first joined it I was very impressed, but there was a change in personnel running it and I really don't know w…"
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Anita Dempsey replied to Melissa Jolly's discussion Honey Fungus!
"Hi Ollie/Phil
I have honey fungus in my own garden and have had the `feed` source, an old tree stump removed and ground down as much as possible). I was planning on removing the infected soil, putting in a barrier a metre down and refilling with new…"
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Honey Fungus!

Hello again,  I'm hoping someone might be able to offer some advise on honey fungus.  My clients garden has honey fungus and they would like advise on how to deal or control the infestation.  I have read all the advise on the RHS and other websites…

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