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Mark Heeley replied to Christopher Lockwood's discussion Etesia 51 pro
Here's a page link that I found on Etesia's site in uk this morning if it's any use.
Hope that it's useful as it's aparts diagram."
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Ricky Gawthorn is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
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Christopher Lockwood posted a discussion
Struggling with drive belt on pro. Not sure of how belt goes around pullys as can't get tention. Looked for diagrams on net but no luck. So has anyone got photo or diagram how the belt feeds around them, thanks. 
1 hour ago
David Benson replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"you can get (hire( hand held post knockers;...
to put in front of the post set bags but that lump of concreate is going to take some shifting
is the digger access problem because of the…"
9 hours ago
Paul Baillie replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"We did a similar ISH job 2 years ago.
water only a few inches deep.
we went gabions, 14.5 metres of them."
11 hours ago
Paul Baillie replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"Cut a few twice already.
lovely sandy soil here, coastal North norfolk"
11 hours ago
Jack Chapman replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"Out of today's 14, against all odds l did 16! Two from tomorrow squeezed in given a devistating forecast.
All are clay here also. Three lawns were super soft in places, but with more weather due cutting is more beneficial than not cutting sometimes.…"
11 hours ago
Ed Fox replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"Great ideas chaps. I'd thought of sand bags already but postcrete is very clever as is dry concrete. Pin with bars is a great idea too. good. Not too sure what a scour is. Could I just start these in the water and build up from there.
Only thing wit…"
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Carmelo Bianca, Marc Burley and JMSAutoGates joined Landscape Juice Network
13 hours ago
Kerry Parfitt replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"I'm on scour works with the railway what we do with scours fill hessian bags with dry mixed concrete lay like bricks two wide or wider pin with bars works a treet"
13 hours ago
Ben Gilg replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"Not aimig to start for another couple of weeks , still way too wet underfoot "
14 hours ago
Ed Fox replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"So as you can see the bank retaining wall has failed and now the earth is being eroded by the river. As you can see the garage is pretty close by and at the worst point the bank has been undermined to withinn about a foot of the garage wall. Problem…"
17 hours ago
Ed Fox replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
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18 hours ago
Liam Wetherall replied to Adam Woods's discussion Killing crocus bulbs
"The most successful way to get them out is to use a hand spade and dig at least six inches wider than the bulb and to dig deep enough to get all the roots.
Weed killers can kill crocuses but but with water levels high it would be more resistant to i…"
20 hours ago
Liam Wetherall replied to Millie Smith's discussion What to do with an oversized Cherry Laurel?
"Like many gardeners I am not a fan of cherry laurels but if your client wishes to keep them, the best time for pruning to ensure flowers is immediately after the flowers have faded. If your main concern is to have the Laurel as an evergreen screen o…"
21 hours ago

ground water coming up through paving

I'm quoting to replace a patio. With all the winter wet there hs appeared a 'spring' at the foot of some steps, the area is cut into quite a long slope. Is the answer to lay some sort of permeable pipe along the foot of the retaining wall either below the paving or in a narow gravel ditch? if so what's the right sort of pipe to use and is it best to lay and point with mortar or lay on sand (butt joined).All advice gratefully recieved!

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Killing crocus bulbs we are redoing a garden for the new owners. There is an area about 30' x 80' that was a flower bed. The new owners want it to be a lawn...all fine so far.I wanted to get it prepared and the turf down nowish, but the ground is so waterlogged i cant get on it to do the prep. However loads of small crocus bulbs have come up. Can I successfully use Roundup on them?, Or am i going to have to dig up every individual hundreds?ThanksAdam

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5 Replies · Reply by Liam Wetherall 20 hours ago

Grass cutting business.

Hi there chaps, I've been reading the forums for a while now and I would love some advice please? I'd like to start a grass cutting service and maybe in the future if the business gets bigger window cleaning and hedge trimming. It's been a pretty challenging period with losing both my parents within 6 months of each other last year both were young and was hard to take, as challenging as that period was and is I've come to the conclusion that I need to do something for myself and ive started…

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16 Replies · Reply by Peter sellers 23 hours ago

Tree pruning/cutting

I would really appreciate some advice with this one. I have 2 jobs booked in next week, which are very similar. Both customers have trees which have thin branches growing upwards that they would like cut back in rder to keep the trees small and in shape. I can see where the previous pruning has taken place. A couple of question:1. Do I cut back just below the previous pruning cut? This would save a considerable amount of work, as branches have grown out from the previous cut. Or, do I cut back…

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6 Replies · Reply by James King on Tuesday


Well we have had the registration of those of us who put plants in the ground as a business and small plant growers required to issue passports along with controls on non coniferous timber products, this all seems to have quitened down, anyone heard any updates on these unworkeable rules ?Now controls on wood for domestic users which will stop the sale of wood in quantities of less than two cubic metres, this will stop the sale of so called high moisture content logs from DIY shops, petrol…

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2 Replies · Reply by Andrew Betteridge on Sunday
"An open association like LJN is just a remarkable place. What you pay per year for what you get out of it is astonishing, and speaking personally, LJN has helped guide me from a new start up business into 5 years of profitable trading and I don't think I could have done that without access to the forum and the great contributors to it." Simon Land

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