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Dennis Razor shows its quality at Mapperley

According to deputy head greenkeeper and mechanic Michael Dickson, there has been a notable improvement in the quality of the greens at Mapperley Golf Club in Nottingham since purchasing two Dennis Razor mowers.

Mapperley is a beautiful…

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After Richard Ayling, grounds manager at Merchant Taylors’ School, drew up a shortlist of new potential machinery to purchase, the Dennis Razor fine turf mower saw off competition to receive a unanimous vote from himself and his team.

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Wycliffe Bowls Club head greenkeeper Keith Freakley and his assistant Raymond John Carter have both praised their recently purchased Dennis Razor Ultra 560 for its ease of operation.

For the past six years, Keith has been looking after the…

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Adam Pilgrim replied to Clive's discussion What Van?
"Renault Master/Vauxhall Movano may be an option? Got a couple on fleet presently and 2010 mwb and a 65 plate mml rear wheel drive variant. Good reliable value for money vans that will cost you a lot less than a Crafter or Sprinter...."
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Robbie replied to Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd's discussion App for daily inspections of vehicles / machinery
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https://academy.getjobber.com/using-jobber/how-it-works-job-forms"
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Dave Colton replied to Clive's discussion What Van?
"I use a vauxhall vivaro and have had no issues with."
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Clive posted a discussion
Hi Members,I’m Clive and I’m in the process of starting up a garden maintenance business..My sticking point at the monent is which van?Due to security Id planned to go the panel van route with some slamlocks etc fitted to help hinder the light finge…
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Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd posted a discussion
Does anyone either use or can recommend an app which would allow us to carry out daily inspection checks on work vans or machinery. It would also be useful if it could log maintenance or faults etc too. Either one app could do both or 2 separate app…
17 hours ago
Gary RK replied to Josh Thornton's discussion Getting rid of soil
"Agree, shop around; most prefer segregated loads but some will take multiple seperate different products if they’re good at off-loading."
19 hours ago
Torin replied to benny's discussion Help identifying some old paving slabs?
"Marshalls Heritage slabs in Calder Brown
https://www.marshalls.co.uk/homeowners/view-heritage-riven-garden-p...
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Neil Holder replied to Josh Thornton's discussion Getting rid of soil
"Depending on where you are in the country and the size of the site i would always go for a grab as they are much cheaper than skips. As someone else said approx 3 skips to one grab for only £300+vat per grab. Only problem is grabs in certain areas w…"
21 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Josh Thornton's discussion Getting rid of soil
"Of course if you were hand digging it you would knock the soil off the roots and only have to deal with the green waste.
It might sound daft, but in the past we have actually got someone with a little Massey Ferguson 35 tractor to plough over grown…"
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Paul Doyle replied to Josh Thornton's discussion Getting rid of soil
"I honestly never had that problem, but that's not to say that it won't happen in the future. Good to know I must say. "
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Gary martin replied to Josh Thornton's discussion Getting rid of soil
"Guys
i think josh said mostly moss, grass and roots etc with a LITTLE soil , so you are all getting carried away"
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Sean Clarke replied to Niall Ward's discussion Day rate increases for garden maintenance 2019?
"£200 a day almost slave labour? C’mon be serious! I’d rather have the £200 for a day’s work at one site than have to mess about unpacking and packing-up 12/13 times a day for 5 days a week. Having said that, you are probably very successful with you…"
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What Van?

Hi Members, I’m Clive and I’m in the process of starting up a garden maintenance business.. My sticking point at the monent is which van? Due to security Id planned to go the panel van route with some slamlocks etc fitted to help hinder the light…

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