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Martin Carty, Managing Director at Carty Services, has revealed how a 0% interest finance offer from Etesia UK enabled him to improve operations on a wide range of school playing fields throughout Warwickshire. 

During last year’s uncertainty and inev

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Andrew . Perkins replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Bounce lawn
"It doess sound like the turf hasn't been heeled in / compacted enough when laid .. They probably not much you can do unless you fancy lifting the turf and relaying it . In time it will find its own level so the lawn will probably have some hollows…"
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Brian's Garden Maintenance posted a discussion
Hi allI when to a new client's house the other day and he showed me around when I came to look at the back lawn it seemed very soft and bounced when you sound on it! (hopeful on sinkholes!) This is a newly laid lawn! So I am guessing the guys who…
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Honda HRX537 HY vs Stihl RM 756 GSWhich one should I buy?Am hovering ready with my debit card!Use...wet and dry grass lifting as well as wet and dry mulching! 
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Adam Pilgrim replied to Mjc's discussion Lesser celandine
"Its one of those plants thats near impossible to truely get rid of. Give it a few weeks and it will disappear for the year anyway."
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Luke brooks replied to Mjc's discussion Lesser celandine
"Let it flower it won't show its face for long once it's flowered and warms up. Early pollinators will enjoy it. Apply a granular or spray to treat but it hardly is an issue to be honest "
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Mjc posted a discussion
Hi, an area of communal grass that I look after has quite a lot of celandine in, which of course is now flowering. Now that it's time to start mowing, would it be best to mow it down along with the grass or leave it to finish flowering. While it may…
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Pembrokeshire Gardening replied to Pembrokeshire Gardening's discussion Spraying Iron sulphate in the rain?
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A. Latta replied to Fleur Voice's discussion Best way to fix this?
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Stephen Kennard replied to Andrew Midgley's discussion Websites; how useful are they for businesses?
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Stephen Kennard replied to Andrew Midgley's discussion Websites; how useful are they for businesses?
"Hi some very interesting and valid points made in your response, great website btw! Still customizing mine 😃"
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Andy Garside replied to Fleur Voice's discussion Best way to fix this?
"Is it a natural path i.e. from top of steps to a shed or similar?
Why not make a proper path, bark chippings, gravel etc? Nothing too fancy or expensive. Otherwise every year you will be spending money fixing a never going to be great lawn while…"
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Lesser celandine

Hi, an area of communal grass that I look after has quite a lot of celandine in, which of course is now flowering. Now that it's time to start mowing, would it be best to mow it down along with the grass or leave it to finish flowering. While it may…

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