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“I think you often learn a lot about your organisation in times of pressure and I am tremendously proud of this group of individuals.”

In January last year Agrovista Amenity was officially launched at BTME in Harrogate, and it is safe to say that a g

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Tom Hobbis, former greenkeeper, father-to-be and Amenity Specialist for Agrovista Amenity reveals exactly why he feels blessed – every single day.

As the end of his school life was approaching, Tom didn’t really know what his future held. However, a c

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Agrovista Amenity plays integral role in successful weed control results

Luton Borough Council has been reaping the benefits of using innovative Mankar spraying units in its weed control programme.

The promising results come after Agrovista Amenity won

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A NEW RANGE of biodegradable guards are now available, helping to reduce the environmental impact of planting new whips and improving landscape management.

WhiptecBio tree and hedge guards are made from recycled material and are 100% sustainable, biod

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THREE leading names within the amenity turf care sector have joined forces to show a commitment to supporting women’s golf, by sponsoring the club that is hosting this year’s Women’s Amateur Championship.

Agrovista Amenity, ICL and Syngenta have prov

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Prior to the launch of Agrovista Amenity, Martyn Parrish was a technical area sales manager for Maxwell Amenity. He had been in the role for two years before the acquisition.    

“We’ve become one of the largest companies in the sector, and are able t

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From groundsman to greenkeeper, contractor to sales advisor – the experienced Allan Wright has turned his hand to most jobs in the turf and amenity industry.

“In all of the positions that I’ve had in my career, I’ve always looked at the next step as a

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Weed-free soil with just one application

UNIQUE residual turf herbicide, Valdor® Flex, is now available from Agrovista Amenity.

Valdor Flex was introduced to the UK turf and amenity market last year and has been widely praised for providing excellent r

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Open forum activity

Angela Sharp replied to Andrew jones's discussion Ideas for privacy screening
"Wow. I hope some of the guys can advise you about planting such massive plants. Can you even get trees already 5 metres tall? I can't help thinking that fewer, well placed trees would do a better job than a solid block of dark green like that. I…"
7 hours ago
Geoffrey King replied to Karen Crawshaw's discussion Professional Indemnity & Public Liability Insurance
"Hi Karen,
We do garden design, soft landscaping and garden maintenance.  After trying various companies and brokers, and never feeling certain that we were being insured, we found MFL
The Pro Indemity was £140 and the Public Liability was £126, I…"
7 hours ago
Geoffrey King replied to Karen Crawshaw's discussion Large format printing
"You could try PressGreen they are based in York, they certainly do up to A1 plans, B&W and colour, via digital files or scan copies, we've always found them to be friendly & professional"
7 hours ago
Andrew jones replied to Andrew jones's discussion Ideas for privacy screening
"UPDATE
Customer has decided to remove yew hedge and transplant to other side of garden.
Prunus lusitanica  x 4 behind cabin 3.75 m tall , gap of about 18inches between fence and shed
Western Red Cedar 5m tall x 15 to relace yews either side of…"
8 hours ago
Geoffrey King replied to James ODonnell's discussion Customer special request
"Two nurseries worth a look are Paramount plants and Wykeham Mature Plants"
8 hours ago
Geoffrey King replied to Dave F's discussion Fencing type?
"This reminds me of diamond section iron bar fencing,  with a triangular profile of the timber the fence would be much stronger.  it also reminds of chesnut paling fances."
8 hours ago
Geoffrey King replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Hi, we do a lot of these. Used to use vine eyes only, but they do bend and do break.  Understanding the key issue is to get the wire support away from the wall/ fence hence vine eyes are 75 or 100mm long, to allow the fruit not to be pushed up…"
8 hours ago
Luke brooks replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Honestly love that reply 
it's a long running joke in the local "
9 hours ago
Billybop replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Crikey they must have a large specimen of Cortaderia selloana in the front garden I bet"
9 hours ago
Luke brooks replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"They are swingers !"
9 hours ago
Billybop replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"is he French lol"
9 hours ago
Luke brooks replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"The best screw is Jean at number 37"
9 hours ago
Jamie Booth replied to Jamie Booth's discussion Hollow tine aerators.
"Glad to hear that you are pleased with the machine. Thanks for your reply. "
11 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Be prepared to use 2 for every hole and make sure you don't put them through the side of the van!!"
12 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Thanks a million Nick!!"
12 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Tek Screws if you wanted to attach to the framework of the vans - https://www.screwfix.com/c/screws-nails-fixings/self-drilling-screw...
We weld together a framework out of 20mm box section and then make ply shelves to fit. Takes around 2 man days…"
12 hours ago
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Fencing type?

Hi everyone, apologies for what may be a simple question but does this type of fencing have a name??I'm not a fan but customer is keen to replicate this however I'm having difficulty sourcing these "boards"Any help appreciated! 

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3 Replies · Reply by Geoffrey King 8 hours ago
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Spring lawn renovation

Whilst this lovely dry sunny weather is a pleasure to work and relax it, we could really do with a spot of rain! I've renovated 6 lawns over the past month - scarify, aerate, top-dress and overseed - not cheap for the customers and they all have…

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