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Pellenc is Grade A at Marchmont House


A range of Pellenc battery-powered equipment is helping to maintain the grounds at one of Scotland’s grandest mansions.

Marchmont House is a ‘Grade A’ listed Palladian mansion in Berwickshire built in 1750 by Hugh Hume-Campbell, 3rd Earl of…

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The Head Greenkeeper at Knole Park Golf Club, in Sevenoaks, Kent, has explained how his entire nutritional programme revolves around ICL’s Vitalnova Stressbuster. 

Knole Park Golf Club is a course steeped in history and is regularly named…

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Echo PB 9010T

We currently use the Echo PB 8010 blowers,  awesome machines. Seen that Echo have now bought out the PB 9010T which has more power , 48 Newtons as opposed to 44 Newtons with the 8010.Struggling to find any in the UK anyone know of any dealers holding stock?

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Winter gritting

Hi look for some advise on pricing winter gritting services. I have a lot of experience in gritting just looking at offering the service for myself. thanks for your help

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Concrete under lawn.

For four seasons I have been cutting a lawn on an as and when basis with the brief of just keeping it reasonably tidy. There is a patch in it which I always assumed is where the concrete mixer stood and was washed out when the house was built. This year the weather has wrecked the less than perfect lawn,  so I decided to dig a hole in it this afternoon to confirm what I thought and sure enough when the house was built in 1967 six inches of top soil was thrown over the concrete mixer washing, …

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Just a heads up on the other threads about rising costs etc.I have just been given notice that some stock bricks will be increasing by a MASSIVE 28.5% on October 1st. This is from a smaller builders merchants chain in the South East but after giving up looking for LBC's earlier in the year (London bricks apparenlty had a 6 month waiting list on orders to merchants.How on earth do they expect anybody to be able to work with prices increasing like these? I can understand the why's, fuel…

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What's your biggest garden design bugbear

Good morning everyone.  This week I'm working on a Q&A blogpost to be published later in the month. It will be about overcome difficulties with any aspect of garden design - long waiting times, complex relationships, hard-to-build designs, selling the idea of garden design to the customer ------you name it, if it bugs you, let us hear about it.If you'd prefer to answer anonymously, please email me hello@mygardendesign.co.uk - I'm really interested in what you have to say.Thanks in advancePaul

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Red thread

Any advice from the forum would be much appreciated on how to deal with a lawn that has brown patches that are proving difficult to clear, despite applications of Dualitas, regular aeration and collecting when mowing. I think it's red thread it happy to be corrected if it isn't.the lawn is irrigated by an overnight sprinkler system.Thanks in advance for any advice.Am trying to work out how to insert photos in this post - please bear with me!!

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