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Tim Wallach replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Smallest chipper shredder with feed rollers?
"If you really want feed rollers would you consider an Eliet Mega Prof approx £27K?
Otherwise, I'm happy with the Eliet Major."
7 hours ago
Tim Wallach replied to Ricky Watkins's discussion 5 Most Essential Tools For Your Business
"1. secateurs
2. hand fork
3. stainless steel spade
4. mower
5. long reach articulating hedgecutter
(really useful: rake, leaf grabber, silki saw, combi stepladder/platform, edging shears, blower, posthole digger, mattock, backpack sprayer)
7 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Andrew Rimmer's discussion Best mower for cutting old graveyard
"I have been mowing churchyards and modern cemeteries for many years. Depending on the number of cuts etc. the work is very well paid [or should be if priced and approached correctly].
All my old churchyards are on eleven cuts per year, which means…"
10 hours ago
Ricky Watkins posted a discussion
Hi People What are you top 5 tools that you couldnt go without as part of your Grass cutting/Garden maintenance rounds.
11 hours ago
Kieron Glover replied to Andrew Rimmer's discussion Best mower for cutting old graveyard
"Someone else's!!"
13 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Tommy's discussion Large mower / rough cut
"I found myself at this crossroads many years ago now. I opted to invest in a ride on mower [My first Stiga Parks] and I have never looked back.
I suppose that there comes a point where you either invest in a larger machine to take on larger work, or…"
16 hours ago
Peter replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Smallest chipper shredder with feed rollers?
"I've recently bought a Lumag HC10 chipper, it's small enough to fit in a small van and have found it really useful.  Just done a hedge reduction and some tree work, I had a mountain of cuttings that would have taken an age to cut up and bag but the…"
17 hours ago
Oliver clarkson commented on Fleur Voice's blog post STIHL EXPANDS THEIR KOMBIENGINE RANGE
What batteries are you using? And how many hours are you getting on using for strimmer and or hedge cutting attachment on an average garden maintenance day/week?
Thanks "
17 hours ago

Smallest chipper shredder with feed rollers?

Title says it all.Around fifteen years ago I bought a fairly robust looking electric garden shredder and it just blocked up with most stuff, so I have not actually used it much. A small semi-pro machine seems desirable, but I really would not consider one that doesn’t have feed rollers, any suggestions as to a suitable machine?

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7 Replies · Reply by Tim Wallach 7 hours ago
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Large mower / rough cut

Hi all,I have an area of land that I cut every 2 weeks.  It's quite rough work and is more of a field than anything else.  I'm currently cutting it with a weibang virtue and using the side discharge setting.  That was fine at first but now I am being asked by other home owners on the same site to cut their part of the field so now I'm cutting about an acre with a domestic machine.  Wondering what's best to do.  Go for a commercial walk behind mower ?   Current machine is 19 inch cut.  I'm doing…

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11 Replies · Reply by Vic 575 16 hours ago
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Best mower for cutting old graveyard

Hi all, I have been offered a contract for weekly spring / summer cut of a smallish size graveyard, >5000m2 very old and some very uneven land with graves currently covered in grass due to neglect of previous incumbent. Any suggestions on what type of mower would work best, they don't require grass collection, I was thinking of a petrol howler as i5 would be easy to move around and less chance of damaging a grave. Appreciate any advice you can offer, thanks in advance.

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13 Replies · Reply by Vic 575 10 hours ago
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Be grateful for any for any comments on forum members who use Stiga ride ons with mid mount deck, not the outfronts. I.E Reliability, quality of cut ( mulching) along with the model they are using.

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1 Reply · Reply by Kieran Ray on Tuesday
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World Mental Health Day

Mental health is an integral aspect of Landscape Juice, and is something that rears its face often within the community - working alone, long days, especially during the winter is isolating and takes its toll. The network was founded on the idea of it being a platform for individuals within the industry to come together to discuss all 'taboo' aspects of the job and life as a horticulture professional. So, if this is anything, it is a reminder that this is a platform which was founded on being a…

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4 Replies · Reply by My Garden Design on Monday
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