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Andrew . Perkins replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Cutting council verge for residential client
"Its quite common round here for people to cut the road verge grass infront of their house  , council and housing association don't mind if anything I think they prefer it . Can't see you getting anwhere sending them a bill though."
3 hours ago
Ben Pritchard replied to Jonathan Davis's discussion Heavy duty brushcutters
"Can't believe people recommend stihl 130 km for bramble, even worse with an oregon mulch blade. Tri blades are crap for bramble, good for ash regen and sucker growth from blackthorn though. Worth running angle grinder I've them quite often.
Stihl…"
3 hours ago
Charlie Manton replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Cutting council verge for residential client
"Yes, i thought that may be a possible reaction.
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3 hours ago
David Benson replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Cutting council verge for residential client
"i have cut som that lies between the footpath and there boundry but they do not try to invoice the council
on one other occation i cut some grass in front of a empty shop next door to the clients garden the council turnd round and thretend to sue…"
3 hours ago
Charlie Manton replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Cutting council verge for residential client
"😂"
3 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Cutting council verge for residential client
"Do it long enough and she may claim ownership."
3 hours ago
Charlie Manton posted a discussion
I have a client who's asked me to cut an area of grass next to her property that belongs to the council. She's been asking for years for them to cut it regularly, but as it stands it's probably done 1-3 times a year. She's asked me to cut it, and…
4 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to Ali Launder's discussion Ginkgo Biloba - Damaged
"Hi Ali,
For me it would come down to whether a Ginkgo is a suitable tree for that front garden. They can get quite high and if space is an issue then now's the time to suggest a more suitable replacement.If they would wish to keep it, then I would…"
5 hours ago
Gary @ Landscape Juice Network replied to Ali Launder's discussion Ginkgo Biloba - Damaged
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10 hours ago
Ali Launder posted a discussion
HiI have a customer that has a Ginkgo Biloba in their front garden. However, it looks like the tree has been ringed by strimmer damage and due to this the trunk tapers in at the base. It has started to recover, and leaves are growing back. There…
12 hours ago
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Tony @SM replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion Is anyone working either of these mowers? Feed back appreciated. ?
"What happened to your Weibang, Harry? I'm still running 2 of them, 3rd or 4th summer now and apart from a cheapish repair to the roller drive and a few cables all is well.
Regards, fella."
yesterday
Tony @SM replied to Sean Clarke's discussion Decent leaf grabs
"I have those too. 3rd winter now so they can't be too bad."
yesterday
Sean Clarke replied to Jonathan Davis's discussion Heavy duty brushcutters
"Just for something a bit different...I use a Honda UMK 435 with an Oregon blade fitted for the tough stuff. I see very few people with the handheld Honda equipment, but I really like them."
yesterday
Seth Burgess replied to Jonathan Davis's discussion Heavy duty brushcutters
"I have used an echo srm 520 for the past 3 or 4 years. I used oregon techniblade 7mm"
yesterday
Dave replied to Jonathan Davis's discussion Heavy duty brushcutters
"Thanks honey! X
Just highlighting you need a decent powered machine. Really it just about using the correct  tool on the end of it and the right technique. I use a sthil km130r. But have used a machine with more than half the price tag and power and…"
yesterday
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