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My wife has been diagnosed and is currently getting treated for  non Hodgkin's lymphoma a form of cancer. It's a life changing illness, we aren't sure exactly the repercussions yet as the flavour of the cancer is unfortunately a rare version in its…

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22 Replies · Reply by Ben Jun 15

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David Smith is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
48 minutes ago
Philip Voice replied to dan's discussion How hot is too hot for working ?
"Wow! That's awful.
There's every possibility that the areas of skin affected will pose a problem to him for the rest of his life.
Skin cancer cases are increasing."
3 hours ago
Progreen Weed Control replied to jonathan slapp's discussion Leachate as lawn feed?
"Compost Tea ! You can add seaweed meal, molasses and even worm castings, stir frequently and decant into bottles within 24 hrs unless you use an aerating pump to bubble oxygen through the mix. Without it, the liquid can start breeding anaerobic bact…"
4 hours ago
Progreen Weed Control replied to dan's discussion How hot is too hot for working ?
"Second degree burns for gardener.......something tells me he didn't use sunscreen!"
4 hours ago
Philip Voice posted a discussion
Excellent salary plus vehicle.
This is an exciting opportunity for a professional to develop our Approved / Expert installer network.
The aim of the role is to grow the existing network into areas that are not well covered with established landscapi…
4 hours ago
mark bayley posted a discussion
Hi guys, a business associate of mine is currently looking for a contact in fencing, he specialises in alarms, cctv and access control, as such he is looking to network with fencing contractors who may need someone to install electric gates for thei…
5 hours ago
Daisy Lacey replied to jonathan slapp's discussion Leachate as lawn feed?
"Sounds good.
The grass will take a while to break down but I can't see why it shouldnt provide some NPK once it has. Once it really gets going you could also end up with a lovely brew containing all manner of good bacteria."
6 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to jonathan slapp's discussion Leachate as lawn feed?
"Might work don't know but I bet it stinks!!"
6 hours ago
jonathan slapp posted a discussion
Morning all!A neighbour of a customer was telling me about an old mate of his, he put all his grass clippings in an open air tank with a tap at the bottom to drain off liquid to feed his lawn.I really like this idea.Thoughts anyone?
6 hours ago
Ben Carter replied to Kingsley Powers's discussion Hourly gardening rate
"Neal, You must be doing something right then.  Have you been past the hedge since you quoted and has it been done?  You should text him back and see if he tells you how much someone did do it for!"
15 hours ago
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John Fulton replied to Shell's discussion I need to buy some ladders
"I got two ladders from Wicke's a five way combination ladder which you can make into a platform which gives me a working height of about 12 feet , handy for cutting tops of hedges but problem is you need a separate small step ladder to access the pl…"
16 hours ago



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