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Replay Maintenance, one of the UK’s leading synthetic sports pitch maintenance providers, has continued to give on-going support to the work of the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) by supporting the recent one day synthetic surfaces course, held at

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Reaseheath has a national reputation for producing high quality horticulture professionals that work across all sectors of the industry. Our garden courses offer professional training for school leavers and career changers, as well as those already

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Critically Acclaimed Gardening Greats: John Brookes (MBE), Noel Kingsbury, & Michael King, Launch New Online Courses with MyGardenSchool to Propagate Gardening Excellence Globally. 

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Perhaps the most influential living landscape designer of our time,

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Just been talking to BALI about what landscapers and designers really want to learn about.  Interesting - when we set up MyGardenSchool it was originally intended to be a consumer proposition.  What we're finding though, is a large proportion of our

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A Christmas gift of a gardening course with some of the world’s best gardeners is just a click away as MyGardenSchool launches a unique online gift certificate 

MyGardenSchool, the world’s first online gardening school, has today launched gift certifi

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The Garden Design Academy began by providing training to garden designers and by assisting home gardeners to design their own gardens. I started offering these in the UK from our offices in Hertfordshire and when we moved to France they took on a who

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Just a quick update from MyGardenSchool on some new courses we've launched that start this Saturday. Courses range from beginners intros, to real pro stuff on Design and Construction. They're all four week online courses - the new courses starting on
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Are so called professional body; the Society of Garden Designers, has forced through what I consider to be the worst piece of legislation in its pitiful 30 year history.It has decreed that from 2010, if you want to apply to become even a lowly corres
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A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

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John F replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"I agree Richard . I think they will make a habit of letting the grass fly but hopefully they can keep it short and keep on top of it so wont be many clippings left on top . 
Makes me look over cautious staying away and lawn company calling but they…"
6 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"That said it won't make much difference from one cut. More of a general point for grass that is always mulched."
7 hours ago
John F replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"I did suspect nitrogen level could be higher .
I have a customer doing their own garden at the moment and i keep getting regular requests for advice and updates on progress . 
usually i cut the lawn which produces at least 3 large poly sacks which t…"
9 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"you need to take into account the mulching when treating lawns as the nitrogen levels will be far greater the cut and collect "
20 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"I would assume that the advice is the same as for mowing and collecting. If you should mow before a treatment or whether you shouldn’t, which is dependent on what treatment you are going to apply, would be the same for both mulching and collecting.…"
20 hours ago
Richard Matthews replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"Grass will keep growing regardless
It does feel slightly wrong being at work when so many cant, or have lost their jobs, but if im alone socail distancing then ill carry on"
21 hours ago
Craig McGinty replied to GaryRK's discussion The LJN Covid-19 ‘Working’ from home thread
"That looks a good one, will explore further. Thanks."
21 hours ago
Ben Gilg replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"Out today and 7 customers done , 3 waved didn't see the others. Even got waved out of a side street by patrolling police car "
22 hours ago
John F replied to GaryRK's discussion The LJN Covid-19 ‘Working’ from home thread
"Discovered ( whereby )  really easy video conferencing App 
free sign up , free personal use + free meeting room + 1 user 
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22 hours ago
John F replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"Vic whats the advice with regard to mulching a smaller area which is about to undergo a lawn treatment . can it be mulched a day before the treatment .
Thanks "
23 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"You can sell it to them by telling them that all the tiny clippings will act as fertilizer as it is high in nitrate, which will give them a better lawn, save in fertilizer costs of both purchase and application and will be ‘greener’ with less waste…"
yesterday
Kevin Bradnick replied to Jessica Bateman's discussion Plant identifying App
"I use Plant.net on android, it's been very useful for me
 
https://identify.plantnet.org/"
yesterday
Niall Gibb replied to Frêshare (Gardening)'s discussion pH NPK Soil Test Kit Suggestions?
"Hi, we at Indigrow can provide a soil sampling service for a reasonable price, we can then help tailor a programme for you or clients based on the results."
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Niall Gibb updated their profile
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Jessica Bateman posted a discussion
Can anyone recommend an plant identifying app they use? Thanks
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Richard Gadsby replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"Mulching can be great with a dedicated machine. Mulch plugs are second best but not bad."
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Waste disposal problems

Anyone else having problems finding somewhere to take their waste at the moment? The two council areas I work under have both stopped garden bin collection and closed the tips. Commercial tips are also closed round here. I've got nowhere to store…

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