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Visitors to the Sherriff Amenity stand (110), located in the Blue Zone at BTME 2019, will be able to find out more about the award winning PrecisionPro app, which recently scooped the SALTEX 2018 Innovation of the Year Award.

PrecisionPro,…

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In a company statement, Ian Graham - managing director of Complete Weed Control has announced that the company will no longer exhibit at BTME or SALTEX.

“Historically both shows have been successful events which have resulted in good levels…

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Limagrain UK has announced that it will be launching an exciting new range of products at BTME 2017 on stand C39, which will include a new addition to the leading MM range of grass seed; two new mixtures to its extensive wild flower portfolio and…

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Whether you need a scarifier, slitter, aerator, top dresser, mower or have any other natural and synthetic maintenance requirements, Dennis and SISIS will have the solution on stand A5 at BTME 2017.

Appearing on a newly-designed stand, the…

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Not only will Sherriff Amenity be launching two new innovative products on stand B34 at BTME 2017 but they will also be offering 12 months FREE education AND be showcasing a live working demonstration.

BTME 2017 will see the launch of two…

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Andrew Watts replied to Ben Gooding's discussion Plant labelling printer
"Maybe if you spoke to these people about labels they would be able to advise on suitable printers https://www.dura-id.com/industries/horticultural-labels/
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3 hours ago
Ben Gooding posted a discussion
Hi all,Alongside my garden maintenance business I grow plants and shrubs as well as buying from wholesale nurseries to supply to customers.  I am wanting to label these plants with my logo and the usual blurb about the plant etc to add a a professio…
4 hours ago
Scott Fitzsimons is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
5 hours ago
Max Wiesner replied to Max Wiesner's discussion Mesh sides for ifor williams tt105g tipper
"This may be my best option. 
If anyone can link me to a diagram would be greatly appreciated. I may email ifor and see if they'll give me schematics - i get the impression they probably would rather not do the work themselves..
Thanks for the sugges…"
8 hours ago
Max Wiesner replied to Max Wiesner's discussion Mesh sides for ifor williams tt105g tipper
"Thanks for replying. I've have tried your suggestions - other than Facebook! I'll give it a go. 
In fact I've rung around all over the country and so far no luck from any of the dealers! "
8 hours ago
Chris sledge replied to Max Wiesner's discussion Mesh sides for ifor williams tt105g tipper
"Do you know the dimensions of the mesh kit? Could you have them made by a local fabrication company? Might be quicker and cheaper than buying the I for kit "
17 hours ago
Tony @SM replied to briggsandscrapem's discussion Easy lift harness
"Interesting Vic. I have to say, as I get older, my heart sinks at the thought of a long, high hedge. I'd love to try one."
19 hours ago
Steve Wisbey replied to Max Wiesner's discussion Mesh sides for ifor williams tt105g tipper
"You could try phoning around, Devizes trailers are not a million miles from you and carry more parts than most, I used to work for an Ifor dealer and can tell you that lead time is probably accurate but you can never guarantee anything with Ifors mo…"
21 hours ago
Dave Colton replied to Dave F's discussion Scarifying - tines or blades
"If very heavy thatch I would use blades if just light I would use times.
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23 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to briggsandscrapem's discussion Easy lift harness
"Yes. Shortly after my post above from three years ago, I bought the Easy Lift Harness. They are the best thing since sliced bread. Using one Vs not using one is like night and day. 
Let me be very clear, there is no weight in the hedgecutter, at all…"
yesterday
Dave F posted a discussion
Hoping for a bit of advice regarding the above - is there a rule of thumb around which is better in different circumstances? I have a couple of lawns with a very heavy thatch build up and wondered which is going to be best to tackle it
yesterday
Andrew Betteridge replied to Colin Anson's discussion Briggs engine - no oil change.
"The oil filler/ dip stick is on the top on the opposite side to the petrol cap, so presumably you will have to flip the machine right over to stand a chance of draining the oil out of it. You can however stand the machine on end to store it, so that…"
yesterday
michael mccabe and Robert Davids joined Landscape Juice Network
yesterday
Seth Burgess replied to Colin Anson's discussion Briggs engine - no oil change.
"How do you top the oil up on any other mower? I can't think of any mower I've ever owned that had a filler cap like a car just a dipstick. I've mostly only had honda engines though
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yesterday
David Benson replied to Colin Anson's discussion Briggs engine - no oil change.
"if you need to top it up there must be a filler cap as you will not top it up down the dip stick pipe 
how it works i have no idea "
yesterday
Neal replied to Neal's discussion Rotavator choice
"Do you have something you could reccomend ?"
yesterday
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Scarifying - tines or blades

Hoping for a bit of advice regarding the above - is there a rule of thumb around which is better in different circumstances? I have a couple of lawns with a very heavy thatch build up and wondered which is going to be best to tackle it

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