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A NEW RANGE of biodegradable guards are now available, helping to reduce the environmental impact of planting new whips and improving landscape management.

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With over 70 years in the industry, you would like to think Jackons were well known for one or two things: quality hand-made wooden fences and our 25 year guarantee for starters. But it doesn't stop there!

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Kris Baker replied to Mark Wilkinson's discussion Pandemic Discounts
">> What about the supermarket staff, the small local food shop staff or the employees who work in the petrol station. They have been there throughout, in contact with a constant stream of customers.
During the first lockdown we hardly went out. …"
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Upon investigation the soil is not waterlogged .
It is directly next to a 2ft wall and you can see the water drain after heavy rain out the bottom of the wall.
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Dave replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Xmas cards
"Sounds invigorating! How about: Turds Away "service for negligent gentry" 😂
It might be viable. Lots more dogs about now. Since people are paying well over 2k for dogs, I bet you could get away with £100. 😂
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War of the weedkiller

Worthwhile read over a cuppa : War of the weedkiller: why environmentalists are concerned about moves to ban Roundup :-  Many say herbicide is an essential tool in preserving biodiversity but others say it’s a ‘delusion’ to think weed control is only possible with ‘poison’ https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/nov/22/war-of-the-weedkiller-why-environmentalists-are-concerned-about-moves-to-ban-roundup

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Pandemic Discounts

We’ve all had to innovate over 2020 but who else has introduced discounts to a selected few - NHS, Pensioners, Emergency Services etc?Been giving 14% discounts from day one and although I’m down an extra few hundred quid I totally believe this was the way to go in 2020.

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Relaxing throughout winter.

Hi all , I'm a part time postman and set up my own Gardening business 2 years ago.Recently demand has increased and I'm struggling to keep up with my gardening so really now need to decide whats best. Its obvious a massive step leaving royal mail to focus on my business only but thats my passion and end goal as I've never been self employed. Do you guys usually earn enough to see you through winter when its quieter or do you carry on right through the year regardlessObviously the lawn cuts stop…

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Stihl on eBay

I know one or two forum members buy and sell Stihl gear on eBay. Billybop is a great exponent of this and makes it work for him.But whenever I have look on eBay, I only find three kinds of sellers.Firstly, the seller who has quite a few new Stihl items for sale but at much higher prices than even list prices. Who buys from this kind of seller? We all know that your local dealer will give 20% off petrol and 12% off battery gear [this is what I get with my dealer]. So why would you pay 25% more…

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