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Best Place to sell machinery

For the new season, I have finally decided to upgrade my ride-on mower. This now leaves me with the issue of selling my John Deere X166. Having sold some items through ebay, I was shocked at how much the commision is, even on Classified adds. A numbe

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5 Replies · Reply by Billybop 5 hours ago
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We Need your Advice!

Hi All,

We have been having internal discussions surrounding Landscape Juice and how we need to be moving forward.

We are aware that since the passing of Phil, the site has changed, and we are looking to see what we can do to improve it in any way that

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16 Replies · Reply by Peter Davis yesterday
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Lawnflite 448SJR

Evening all.

Anybody have any experience with this particular Subaru powered Lawnflite? Can't find any previous discussion on it.

I'm looking for a good quality 19" fan assisted mower that I can fit a high lift blade to. Not owned a Lawnflite before, b

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6 Replies · Reply by PGM on Thursday
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Liquid seaweed on lawns

A quick question for those of you who recommended / use liquid seaweed on lawns please. 

I want to introduce liquid seaweed to the lawns I manage. How often do you guys recommended and is it something that can be applied all year round as it's not a f

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11 Replies · Reply by PGM on Wednesday
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Cobra RM48SPH

Following on from our post re Honda 476 rear roller which seems to be plagued with gearbox issues now looking at the Cobra RM 48SPH, this having BBC and Honda engine around £1100 to help distinguish it from the cheaper Cobra models.

Queries - The hand

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Agri fab towed spiker.

Hi all, a customer of mine has a large lawn which I mow using his stiga park pro. The grass is in generally good condition but a bit of aerating wouldn't go amiss. I've just seen a local dealer has the agri fab 1mtr towed spiker on at a good price, h

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2 Replies · Reply by Mjc Feb 17
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Battery Knapsack

Does anyone currently use a battery powered backpack sprayer? Getting tired of arm pumping these days. Run a garden maintenance company not a lawn treatment company, so it will get a bit of use but not all day every day use. Seem to be a few around,

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5 Replies · Reply by Chris's Garden Care Feb 17
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Lawn edging shears

Use a strimmer to cut lawn edges on most sites but have a few where edging shears are needed. Any recommendations? The Burgon and Ball ones seem to have good reviews and have long handles so you are not bending (important) but are around £48 which se

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13 Replies · Reply by Peter sellers Feb 17
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Power washers

Hi, we don't typically offer powerhosing because we don't own a good grade powerhose, but we have just been inundated with requests of late and I am now thinking now is the time to take the plunge as the hire bill for the upcoming jobs will probably

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1 Reply · Reply by Pembrokeshire Gardening Feb 10
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