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Luke brooks replied to Mjc's discussion Hedge cutter trousers
"I use common sense ! Hope your balks are ok (lonicera) All jokes aside I hope your ok and take your…"
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Gary Rimmer replied to Gary Rimmer's discussion What would you do?
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Adam Woods replied to Gary Rimmer's discussion What would you do?
"Get rid of the dog"
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steve coombe replied to Tim Bucknall's discussion Trachelospermum
"Probably best to check the soil; they don't like it too wet neither do the other plants you've…"
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John F replied to Mjc's discussion Hedge cutter trousers
"Great investment . I use Rockwood chainsaw trousers but many different brands out there .
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Good evening, whilst trimming some small lonicera balls yesterday using a small hedge trimmer I…
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The customer has a dog.... Obviously. With the dark spots. He's asked me to fix it. I suggested a…
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Tom Greener replied to Gary Rimmer's discussion Praxys
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Hedge cutter trousers

Good evening, whilst trimming some small lonicera balls yesterday using a small hedge trimmer I accidentally caught my knee with the machine as I drew it back. It's not life threatening and I'll live to fight another day but it flipping hurt and could have been worse. Got me thinking though a pair of hedgecutter trousers such as Stihl might be a useful investment. Do any of you use them? Regards, Martin.

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What would you do?

The customer has a dog.... Obviously. With the dark spots. He's asked me to fix it. I suggested a light scarify to pick up the yellow - ish thatch. Then apply a nitrogen feed bring the rest of the garden up to the same green as where the dog has peed. Would you do anything different??P/s hope I've uploaded pic properly. I'm still finding my feed on this forum

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2 Replies · Reply by Gary Rimmer 57 minutes ago
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Praxys. A few more questions

Firstly. THANK YOU to everyone who kindly replied to my first post. Your combined help was invaluable. Honestly guys. Thanks!Regarding PRAXYS how long after spraying on a lawn can you topdress and over seed that area?Also. How long does the product take to work after application. Given "normal" dry weather conditions on things like thistle and white clover? Thanks again lads (and ladies)

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2 Replies · Reply by Gary Rimmer on Tuesday
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Praxys

Hello everyone. I'm new here so be gentle!  Can anyone tell me how long pets need to be kept off a residential lawn after spraying Praxys herbicide.I've looked at the product label on line but can't seem to find a difinitive answer.Thanks. 

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13 Replies · Reply by Tom Greener 7 hours ago
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Trachelospermum

We plant quite a few Trachelospermum jasminoides with no problems.  We have one garden where we planted 12 and they almost all failed.  I thought it was a bad batch and we replaced them.  The 2nd lot aren't doing much better, with this being a typical specimen. The ones facing North are best, others facing East and West not so good.  I thought they were getting waterlogged over winter but the client is sure they aren't.  Most other things are doing well, although Salvia o. purpurascens and…

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10 Replies · Reply by steve coombe 2 hours ago
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Toro issues

Having purchased a toro pro recycler last week I was so dissatisfied with the quality of cut and bagging I've sent it back to my local dealer, has anyone else had any problems with these ? Toro still haven't responded to my email and messages online and Instagram, at £1500 I feel they should be far better,  the build quality looked exceptional,  it didn't go down too well with my local dealer and he said he would lose out financially,  the dealer explained he could try and adjust a few things…

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27 Replies · Reply by Andrew Betteridge May 22
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Toro issue

Having purchased a toro pro recycler last week I was so dissatisfied with the quality of cut and bagging I've sent it back to my local dealer, has anyone else had any problems with these ? Toro still haven't responded to my email and messages online and Instagram, at £1500 I feel they should be far better,  the build quality looked exceptional,  it didn't go down too well with my local dealer and he said he would lose out financially,  the dealer explained he could try and adjust a few things…

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