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Justin Tweed commented on My Garden Design's blog post How To Price Your Work
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Angela Sharp replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"Yes it is a lovely tree. My heart sank when they said they wanted it pruned, but when in full leaf…"
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T &T gardening services ltd replied to Alexander Walker's discussion Stump Grinder
"We are pritty much in the same position 
I dont mind the cost of the hire but hate the time lost…"
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Adam Woods replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"What a beautiful tree.
Your client needs to be aware that it will be like a Magnolia or Apple - as…"
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Luke brooks replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"I personally think it looks great but I'm not paying to reduce it "
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Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"Thin the growth and reduce the canpoy and keep it as natural looking as possible.
I think that the…"
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Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Alexander Walker's discussion Stump Grinder
"This seems sound advice to me"
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Japanese acer tree pruning

 I have been asked to prune this Japanese acer. It's magnificent but is spreading over a large area of the front garden and in summer seems all consuming to the client. I did lightly prune it in summer, but they are asking for a much more drastic prune. Can experts in tree pruning, and especially this type of acer which I know don't normally get heavily pruned let me know how best to tackle it? When it's in full leaf it's a mat of green but I don't know how easy it would be to remove areas of…

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Tennis court moss killer

I've been asked to quote for treating some light moss on 3700sqm of tarmac tennis courts. For smaller domestic jobs I have always used an acetic acid cleaner to good affect (eg. Algon), however, I am a bit worried about the lingering vinegar smell at a regularly used tennis club.I have used other cleaners in the past, with varying degrees of success, but to be honest none have been as reliable as the acid-based cleaners. I am considering using Sapphire for this particular job, as it works out…

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12 Replies · Reply by Dylan on Saturday
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Stihl HSA 45 Hedge Trimmer

I have a Lidl 18 volt hedge cutter that I use for dead heading, light trimming etc - I use a Kombi as my main cutter.I was going to replace it with an Einhell 18 volt but then I noticed the Stihl HSA 45.  Has anyone used one? I considered the Stihl HSA 55 but it's too heavy for this work.I am weighing up not having a removable battery against Stihl being better quality. I have only ever used one battery so run time shouldn't be an issue. 

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11 Replies · Reply by Gary @ Landscape Juice Network on Saturday
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Westermann?? Other mechanical moss brushes?... What actually works??

Hello all,I hope everyone is well! I'm considering buying a Westermann sweeper to tackle moss on tarmac driveways (after spraying) - I was just looking for any feedback on the machine or similar tools. I have a couple of the Stihl combi brushes but depending on the condition of the tarmac, do not overly rate them. I have a small AS sweeper that is OK but doesn't se to have the grunt and is time consuming at best. Can anyone recommend something that actually does a good job?  Thank you all in…

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2 Replies · Reply by Jonny Armour on Saturday
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Cobra mower.

Hi, I'm looking into mowers for next year( or maybe finishing off this year, grass is still growing here in notts) and I have come across the Cobra m53sph. Looks to be very similar to the lawnflite/ honda equivalents. Looking on here for research but most discussions are about the roller models which seem to have gearbox issues, however I am in the market for a 4 wheeler. Anyone on here any experience of these 4 wheel machines either standard or pro model. Also is there the option to mulch or…

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