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Machinery (1400)

Mulching Mowers

Thought about buying one last year but might buy one this year with the current situation, do any dedicated mulching mowers produce a stripe on the lawn because I dont like the tram line finish a four wheel mower leave. 

I've ordered a mulching plug f

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budget scarifier

We are looking to buy a scarifier for occasional use, wondered if any one has recommendations? Tool Station have an Einhell GC-SC 2240P on offer at £250 inc VAT, has anyone any experience of these ? The amount we have to do does not justify a profess

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4 Replies · Reply by PETER C Feb 22

ECHO PB 8010

Thought I would give our experiences of the recently introduced Echo PB 8010 backpack blower after 3 months hard commercial use. The Echo is superb. We have a Stihl BR 800 also - the Echo outperforms it on every level. - both used side by side on the

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Bosch Rotak 43Li Ergoflex

Hi, has anyone have any experience with this machine, I'm thinking of purchasing one for the coming season to help service the lawns where access is a problem and the small postage size lawns. The bosh mower I'm looking to buy is only 13.9kg in weigh

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13 Replies · Reply by Billybop Feb 13

STIHL MM56

We are considering buying a Stihl mm56 with 1.9kw engine, primarily for use with the Bolo cultivator attachment, its only really for one site with extensive flower/shrub beds where digging over due to the sizeof area is impractical. Has anyone got an

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Head Gardener for Private Estate

The role of the head gardener is the overall maintenance of the gardens, lawns and grounds. When the opportunity arises, parts of the gardens might be redesigned and replanted. The gardens form an essential and much loved part of a private estate. Main Responsibilities: Full management of 2 part-time assistants, including day-to-day supervision and working

Self Employed Gardeners

Grasstex are currently seeking to engage the services of local (West Sussex / South Surrey) gardeners. If you are a new start up looking for more work, or an existing business with the odd spare day to fill, we may have something for you. We have various types of work available to match your skills.

Gardener

Gardener required I run an established garden maintenance and soft landscaping business based in North London. I have a record of working in the industry and now work with fellow colleagues on domestic gardens. I’ve spent many years studying and training at Capel Manor. I’m looking to grow my business by taking on additional help

female landscaper/project manager – physic garden

Physic Garden – Project Manager / Landscaper Dec 19 – April 20 – part time – project based Freelance fee £8,000 Location – Nelson Lancashire Expressions of interest should include a letter, outline of relevant experience/CV and reference contact details by email to info@idlewomen.org by 20 Dec 2019   Idle Women the arts and social
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ICL has announced the launch of Gronamic - a new range of organo-mineral fertilizers.

The Gronamic range comprises various analyses and particle sizes to suit the demands of all types of fine and coarse turf. The range combines the benefits…

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ICL has announced the launch of Gronamic - a new range of organo-mineral fertilizers.

The Gronamic range comprises various analyses and particle sizes to suit the demands of all types of fine and coarse turf. The range combines the benefits…

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After winning the 2019 SALTEX College Cup, four students from Myerscough College recently enjoyed an unforgettable experience at Real Madrid’s Bernabéu Stadium.

The annual SALTEX College Cup, sponsored by Toro and Reesink Turfcare, is a…

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