"Soft Midlander here, I must admit, if it gets to even 25 degrees it's pints under a parasol time. Had my first Sunday off today since April as too cold to work on one of my other side lines (Sunday markets) usually I'm on my way well before 5 a.m.…"
"If its raining or snowing ( we're soft Southerners) - or its above 30 deg we do not do gardening. We keep a small list of "wet weather" jobs - the current one is fitting out a s mall Gun Room at a client's house. It would have to be wet for a good…"
"Good post and some great advice, I have also been running two years , my accountant had advised me next season to take a sub contractor along next year , as this is the best option for my business and financially a good idea, please let us know how…"
"I'm near Heathrow, I used to get Blight and Box Catepillar regular until i started to take a pro active course of action rather than reactive.
For me the TopBuxus products have worked fantastic, I use their Xentari mixed in the same sprayer as their…"
"doesn't say £60 per hour but that charge per minute basis is achievable - down to marketplace and clients & everyones different. that business model is similar to window cleaning , hair cutting etc. different business approach - different machinery…"
"We charge £20 per house, per skilled person.
So it probably equates similar.
We do not use strimmer as it damages edges, curves the cut edge of the bed.
So many clients have complained their previous gardens have increased the bed size with…"
"This wouldn't stop reinfection though?
Not sure if invest in something like this. Don't need to drag extra kit around around, plus you need a power source.
Just thought also, I can't see that tools spread the moth eggs. I haven't noticed anything…"
"The flies are likely to be whitefly, they've been swarming everywhere. I'm struggling to control this outbreak. They've been damaging everything, even conifer.
The box moth is a white cream colour, their caterpillar are easy to spot, they get very…"