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Complete Weed Control, the UK’s largest weed control contractor, will be at BTME 2017 (stand C48), where visitors will be able to find out more information on the company’s new Complete Artificial Grass service.

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Mr Howard is a retired headmaster. All he wants to do in his retirement is watch cricket. Mowing lawns and trimming hedges is not his idea of fun! Mrs Howard is still working, and she does not want to come home to a messy garden.
To solve this problem
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Artificial grass has led to its significant growth in popularity in recent years and a reputation for being eco-friendly because it doesn't need water, fertilizer, or to be mowed. Plus, the newest generation of artificial grass often looks good enoug

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EAG-FeatureLogo.jpgHere at Essex Artificial Grass we have established ourselves as a leading artificial grass installation company operating throughout Essex and the surrounding areas. 

We appreciate that some people still have reservations regarding artificial grass an

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On the 1st of November 2009, NAMGRASS UK was officially launched.Namgrass is one of the leading artificial grass companies in Europe that can design, produce and distribute high-end artificial grass products for all residential purposes. They are glo
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Angela Sharp replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Advertisement
"I started advertising in local church mags in the areas I preferred to work and have had very good results, indeed fantastic value for money from one area in particular as it's elicited most of my regular clients. It's interesting that an ad in one…"
5 hours ago
Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Mike Strange's discussion Artificial lawn instillation
"Sorry mate I only lay the real deal , keeps us coming back with the mower 😊"
9 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Mike Strange's discussion Artificial lawn instillation
"I agree with Andrew. As a gardener who has made a living in garden/grounds maintenance and soft landscaping I think it’s a very bad idea. People think that artificial turf is a fit and forget option. It isn’t.
It has to be maintained. It needs to be…"
10 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Income Protection
"Karsten. I too pay out monthly for Income Protection and I too am with the Exeter..... Having read your points and others responses, I am thinking I might just cancel it all together.  "
10 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Mike Strange's discussion Artificial lawn instillation
"Personally as a gardener I cannot recommend the use of artificial turf except in exceptional circumstances. To me it is another product designated to landfill and as such has no environmental merit at all. "
10 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Clive's discussion Walk behind seed, lawn fertiliser spreader
"This is a useful post as I am considering buying one too for occasional  use. "
11 hours ago
Luke brooks replied to Phil Voice's discussion Rise in artificial lawns threatens Britain's wildlife
"This thread is 6 years old but I've seen plenty ripped up and replaced with turf. Once a cat has shit on the stuff snd leaves composted in it. The appeal after 5 years really has worn off. The REAL grass is always greener. I accept in the right…"
16 hours ago
Adrian Noble replied to Phil Voice's discussion Rise in artificial lawns threatens Britain's wildlife
"I think that it should be subject to Planning Permission from the local Council.
Astro Turf and the likes are OK for sports grounds, but when it comes to private gardens it has nothing to add to eco system within the garden, in fact it destroys a…"
17 hours ago
John F replied to Mark's discussion Long handle Graft
"Are these tools better than a manual post hole auger or post hole spade . ? 
Also What timber post hole depth is recommended for a row of 6ft fence panels ? 
Many Thanks "
17 hours ago
Mike Strange posted a discussion
Quick questionWe are launching our gardening service business over the next month or so and are just going for standard maintenance, lawn mowing, hedge trimming, weeding, lawn mowing etc, nothing to extravagant untill we are more established ( we…
17 hours ago
Andrew Watts replied to Clive's discussion Walk behind seed, lawn fertiliser spreader
"I think you're referring to Robbie re Premier Lawns. He's using a Scotts SR2000 which has a slide flap you can lower on the RHS, as per video. It's also around £600 - good piece of kit, best spreader I'm aware of and use it oursleves.
Re £100, not…"
17 hours ago
Luke brooks replied to Clive's discussion Walk behind seed, lawn fertiliser spreader
"Morning Clive I was going to post a similar post so I'll hiJack yours lol. When using a 3 or 6 metre wide spreader how do you not spread over the edge even lawn has curved edge
the premier lawn vids in here he spreads seed but looks to spread to the…"
18 hours ago
Mike Strange replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Advertisement
"We use that system in our cleaning company , works well, will be using it in the gardening services when we launch soon"
18 hours ago
Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Advertisement
"Nice idea , I feel that if I can speak to the person there and then I often get a good result!!"
18 hours ago
Clive posted a discussion
Hi folks I hope all are well.I'm looking to get a more robust walk behind lawn seed,  lawn fertiliser dispenser. Looking to spend around £100 but that can be flexible for the right piece of kit.Have a great day.clive 
18 hours ago
Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Advertisement
"A letter and flyer to each one explaining my services and contact details.."
18 hours ago
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Hedge Combing ?

Is there such a technique as '' hedge combing '' not cutting !I have had a request to comb a hedge which surrounds  garden . I have not seen the hedge but its described as evergreen and long but they dont know for sure .  never had to comb a hedge…

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