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A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

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Angela Sharp replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
"Good point about soil being ill. Membrane must interrupt the normal activity of worms, and may interrupt the passage of nutrients and possibly the funghi that are an essential part of the normal structure of healthy soil. I wonder how much it affect…"
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mark thomas replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
"Thanks everybody much appreciated!!!!"
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Dom Kenzie replied to James King's discussion Stihl Kombi Brush
"Hello James,
I have the kombi brush coupled with the 94rc. It is a good piece of kit that will easly clean large areas quickly. I removed a lot of heavy mud from a road recently. It is good on block paving especially when its wet, although it will n…"
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James King posted a discussion
I am considering buying the Kombi Brush attachment. I have a couple of jobsthat require a lot of brushing - 2 car parks. One car park has a lot of pine needles that have been left for a long time and and a normal brush won't move them. I have looked…
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Ali Launder replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
"Have to say my experience of Strulch is that after a couple of months it no longer looks good, it has pretty much disappeared by 12 months (although obiously this is good in some ways, it turns out to be expensive to have to completely re-mulch ever…"
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Vic 575 replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"If there are any bad points I haven’t found them yet. The shafts are very high spec. I have owned and used many different strimmers over the years, Husqvarnas, alpinas, Hondas and many others. The only engines that have never been any trouble to sta…"
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Dan Frazer Gardening replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
"If you have the choice, start on 1st Jan with monthly payments. That way you start the season in credit and any issues won't leave you chasing money in the same way. "
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PETER CROSBY replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"What's the bad points about them?
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8 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to mark thomas's discussion Commercial grass cutting
"It is always best to go with 'price per cut'. There is no argument then, everyone knows what they are getting."
10 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters

I can highly recommend the Bessertrim strimmers. They are ridiculously cheap. I would think that they are at least as good as a Stihl strimmer costing four times the price of the Bessertrim. I think the price is low because they come as a kit, alt…"
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John F replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
"We are currently looking at a product to use on a recently planted border called strulch which also deters slugs . . "
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Gary replied to Gary's discussion That extra day ....
"And that caught a lot of people out ( me included ) as many 2020 physical diaries were printed before the Government changed the date - so watch out for any cheap ones !!!"
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Mark Heeley replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"Hello, Echo is japanese and it's engines are marked Yamabiko as they are in partnership with Shindaiwa. Parts are expensive, but normally not too many needed if machine treated well. As I live and work in France where  the two manufactures are more…"
18 hours ago
PETER CROSBY replied to PETER CROSBY's discussion Bessertrim brushcutters
"That thing that intrigued me were the Mitsubishi engines. Original Japanese manufacturered.But answering myself, are Echo not also Japanese manufactured.
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Stihl Kombi Brush

I am considering buying the Kombi Brush attachment. I have a couple of jobsthat require a lot of brushing - 2 car parks. One car park has a lot of pine needles that have been left for a long time and and a normal brush won't move them. I have looked…

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Bessertrim brushcutters

Hi all.Our echo brush cutter after 7 years of abuse is now beyond economical repair. I was going to plump for the exact same new model, but knowing parts can be pricey I've vaguely thought about purchasing a different brand. My newest employee…

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12 Replies · Reply by Vic 575 6 hours ago