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Dennis and SISIS have successfully hosted another series of informative bowling green maintenance seminars with more promised for later this year.

Held on March 17 and 18 at the Great Hollands Park Bowls Club in Berkshire and Canterbury Bowls Club in

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GFD Couriers updated their profile
5 hours ago
Jake Piechowicz replied to A. Latta's discussion Driveway weedkiller recommendations
"That's good to know, all weed killer seems expensive but if you look at the sqm coverage  you can quickly work out if it's good value or not."
11 hours ago
PGM replied to A. Latta's discussion Driveway weedkiller recommendations
"We use it on all hard areas, gravel, driveways, along the base of walls etc. Kills the weeds present and really reduces how many then grow the rest of the season. We find that you need to wait for the weather to warm up before using it as it doesn't…"
11 hours ago
Kris Baker replied to Kris Baker's discussion Hedge trimmer harness
"I never thought to actually compare the photos of Hencham with the original Easy Lift Harness - doh! Thanks for that, I feel much more confident in a purchase now.
>> Buy one nowOff to do that RIGHT NOW!
Thanks"
12 hours ago
Jake Piechowicz replied to A. Latta's discussion Driveway weedkiller recommendations
"I've found that once a month treatment of glyphosate is more than sufficient for most places. is chikara/ pistol suitable for gravel? I thought it was only for railway ballast or am I being daft?"
13 hours ago
PGM replied to A. Latta's discussion Driveway weedkiller recommendations
"We also use Pistol on our hard surfaces. 30ml per litre seems to kill pretty much everything and then keeps the weeds down afterwards too as it's residual. "
14 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to A. Latta's discussion Driveway weedkiller recommendations
"Chilra or Pistol are great.................. one application now will keep it completely clear for the year.   Its not cheap but its good... you're looking at £150 roughly........ but its highly diluted in use so once you've bought it, you'll have…"
15 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Kris Baker's discussion Hedge trimmer harness
"Just had a look and it’s only the name that has changed slightly, from ‘Lift’ to ‘Lifting’.
It is also over £100 cheaper than mine was all those years ago. A genuine bargain.
Buy one now."
18 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Kris Baker's discussion Hedge trimmer harness
"The Easy Lifting Harness you picture is pretty much exactly the same as mine, only with two gas struts as opposed to one. The double gas strut variant was available when I got mine but the single gas strut version was more than capable weight wise…"
18 hours ago
Kris Baker replied to Kris Baker's discussion Hedge trimmer harness
"Thanks Vic, Yes, definitely been swayed by your previous review. I wonder if the V3 Elephant and the new Henchman have narrowed the gap.
I could import from USA ... but I want one "tomorrow" - I'm well past retirement age and have found manhandling…"
19 hours ago
Kris Baker replied to Kris Baker's discussion Hedge trimmer harness
"Thanks. I have done a bit more research.
Can't seem to find the Easy Lift - their website lists 3 dealers in EU, one dead links and for the other two I can't find the product on their website. Doesn't bode well ... and seems that Henchman have given…"
19 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Kris Baker's discussion Hedge trimmer harness
"Hi Kris,
No doubt you will have seen my previous contributions extolling the virtues of the Easy Lift Harness. I’ve had mine for many years now [10 to 15 years maybe]. Quite simply it is a life changing device. Why every professional Gardener does…"
19 hours ago
Geoffrey King replied to James's discussion What is average cost for mowing a garden?
"Hello Lee, i do this sort of work, in 2014 I raised my base hourly rate to £30/hr. 1.5hr @45 2hr @60 & 3hr @80 then @85 then @87.50
Last year 3hrs @95 for new customers, they said that was very reasonable this is Ryedale, North Yorks
Have charged…"
20 hours ago
Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Please help , what is eating my lily’s!!!??
"A quick update folks , just incase anyone else comes across this problem 
it was bloody slugs!!!! "
22 hours ago
Andrew Drummond updated their profile
yesterday
A. Latta posted a discussion
Hi all, does anyone have advice (product recommendations) on how to keep large parking areas (gravel and or block paving areas) free of weeds without spending a small fortune on 'path clear' and suchlike?Thank you in advance 
yesterday
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