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Just a quick update from MyGardenSchool on some new courses we've launched that start this Saturday. Courses range from beginners intros, to real pro stuff on Design and Construction. They're all four week online courses - the new courses starting on Saturday include:

How to Keep Hens in Your Garden by Francine Raymond
Natural Beekeeping for Gardeners (by Phil - the barefoot beekeeper - Chandler)
Shrubs The Foundation of Good Planting (by Andy McIndoe, MD of Hillier)
Gardening with Climbers and Clematis (by Pip Bensley, Hilliers)
David Austin Roses with Michael Marriott - coming soonWe'd love to hear feedback from any Juicers who have already done our courses, or don't hesitate to get in touch if you have ideas re courses you'd like to see run. We're on info@my-garden-school.com
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Glen Stillman replied to Vic 575's discussion Hand mower technical question
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I need a bit of technical help. I have just replaced the drive belt on my Efco LR48TH Mulch hand mower. The problem is that I stripped it down before Christmas and due to the holidays, I have only just got and fitted the new belt. I also forgot to t…
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Dan Frazer Gardening replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
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Graham Taylor replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
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Gary Ormiston replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
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Gary Ormiston replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
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fraz replied to Lesley Anne Bloomer's discussion When to lay bark chips - before or after planting?
"bark after planting but without fabric. 
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I need to hire a turf cutter to remove a very long stretch of lawn . Two hire companies tell me they have stopped hiring out turf cutters due to abuse of the machines . I can however certainly get hold of one from another local hire company although…

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Fencing And Gates

Fencing is a technique to cover the surrounding nearby plants, crops or any other place to protect it from outsiders and animals. Fencing and gates can help a lot in covering the landscape. Also, it makes it look better and less open for others to…

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