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A large (5 acre) garden we look after has had flood lights installed professionally...catch is all the armoured cable has been left on the surface, "for the gardener's to bury where they want"....   So I guess that means us 😞.Can any of you think of…
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Hello folksJust wondering how people keep there batteries stored over the winter months?Im using a hot food delivery type insulated bag to keep them in, What do you folks do?
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Jim Murray replied to Peter sellers's discussion Gardenly
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Joe PatchWorks Garden Design replied to Phil Voice's discussion How much does it cost to lay turf per square metre?
"I've always charged £16 - £20 (before the pandemic- it's all up in the air now!)  a metre, which usually gives me a margin of around 20-25% paying a couple of people to install. Not including waste or clearance work. Hope that's helpful. This…"
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Been approached by this outfit to sign up, anyone know anything about them? We are mainly commercial seems to be another of the same aimed at the domestic market?
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Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd commented on Fleur Voice's blog post STIHL UPDATES HSA 94 CORDLESS HEDGE TRIMMER RANGE
"Just a shame you can't slot the battery into the machine...."
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Fleur Voice posted a blog post
STIHL has updated its HSA 94 R and HSA 94 T hedge trimmers, now offering professional users reduced vibration and sound levels, as well as a new EC motor and the ability to connect to STIHL’s new Smart Connector 2 A.STIHL’s most powerful cordless…
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A large (5 acre) garden we look after has had flood lights installed professionally...catch is all the armoured cable has been left on the surface, "for the gardener's to bury where they want"....   So I guess that means us 😞.Can any of you think of a small machine (not a mini digger) that we could use to create a slit in turf, gravel drives and the like to speed the process.....I would guess there is around half a km of cable 😡.Brandon tool hire could only come up with a turf cutter!Thanks…

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Bobcat walk behind zero turn rotary mowers for sale

Hi everyone,I hope this ok to postI am going to be putting the following mowers for sale on ebay soon and thought I would put them up on here first incase anyone is interested in them.We have:5 x Bobcat walk behind zero turn rotary mowers for sale @ £2500 no VAT each (most if not all are 2016 models I believe)1 x Etesia Bahia @ £800 No vatOpen to do a deal if multiple mowers are purchased.All run and cut. Could do with a service and a wash off.Located in Preston but I am willing to…

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Adverse weather management

On this snowy wet morning and mixed weather forecast ahead it got me thinking How do others manage their work schedule during prolonged spells of adverse weather ? Do you still contact customers to point out the bad weather and re schedule or take it for granted they can see for themselves ? Do you make a courtesy call ? Catch up with office work ? Sharpen and maintain tools ? Do you turn up regardless ?or just enjoy the down time ? 

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Any advice?

A client has asked us to buy a specimen shrub - he's fallen for one that is basically going to cost the best part of £1000 by the time we get it to Wiltshire. It is to replace one that has been killed by the previous gardeners pruning it in the winter. While I feel reasonably comfortable with doing this, I wonder if any of you have hints and tips?   .... I do not want to go the way of the previous gardeners when the client is absolutely up for spending £1K on a single mature shrub.Thanks Adam

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