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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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Sean Clarke replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Anyone identify this tree please ?
"Type of goat willow?"
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Evening hope all is well , very dry in sunny scarboroughCan anyone identify this tree? Thankyou 
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Greenkeeper Mark Piper claims that the SISIS Supaturfman has made a remarkable difference to the green at Maldon Bowling Club in Essex.Maldon, one of the most respectable bowling clubs in Essex, was founded in 1908.Historically, the green itself was…
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Honey Badger replied to Andrew jones's discussion Ideas for privacy screening
"I've been involved with stuff like that. Trees and shrubs with root balls wider than the length of cars, one of the trees we planted was easily 50ft tall.
You will need a king lift crane with a banksman, last I heard it was over a grand to hire per…"
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Graham Taylor replied to Andrew jones's discussion Ideas for privacy screening
"You wonder why they bought the place or had the landscaping done like that, when they're so obsessed with privacy. "
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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…"
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Geoffrey King replied to Karen Crawshaw's discussion Professional Indemnity & Public Liability Insurance
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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
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Andrew jones replied to Andrew jones's discussion Ideas for privacy screening
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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…"
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Geoffrey King replied to James ODonnell's discussion Customer special request
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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."
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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…"
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Luke brooks replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
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it's a long running joke in the local "
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Billybop replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
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Luke brooks replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
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Billybop replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
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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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