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Wayne Lumbard, Head Groundsman at Wolverhampton Wanderers FC has reason to celebrate. Not only has the team been promoted to the Premier League, but in his opinion the pitch is at the best it has ever been throughout his thirteen-year tenure at…

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John Jennings, Course Superintendent at Castleknock Golf Club in Dublin, always used to struggle with achieving longevity from the fertilizers he was using – that was until he applied ICL’s Sierrablen Plus Stress Control 15-5-22…

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After some shading issues were resolved at the exclusive Blackwell Golf Club in Worcestershire, Head Greenkeeper Rhys Thomas has since restored the greens to their full health thanks to a range of ICL fertilizers.

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dan replied to Gavin Gray's discussion very slow start to the year
"Gavin, are you referring to landscaping projects mainly ? 
Im maintanence really so i expect a quieter jan and feb - but this area is quite affluent and ive certainly noticed the 'richer' people rushing through a lot of planting projects -- i assume…"
20 minutes ago
Gavin Gray posted a discussion
Hi folks returning member! I'm finding this year to a be a total struggle, since new years day I've priced enough work that would keep my business busy for 18 months yet all ive won is 2 weeks worth !! It doesnt seem to be just me, in the merchants…
1 hour ago
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Alan M replied to Alan M's discussion Darn cows!
"yes, I’m going to try forking it a bit, but it’s a large area and going to be hard work:( then maybe raking it and if then it looks any better topsoil, sand and seed ? "
5 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to John Fulton's discussion Arbrex seal and heal and conifer reduction
"Invariably, conifers will not shoot out from old wood........ Yews being an exception here......if there's any "shoots" near the trunk at the top, you might be ok though it's unlikely.  Usually you end up with an eyesore...... flat across the top an…"
7 hours ago
Neil Darby replied to Alan M's discussion Darn cows!
"I would try lifting the rutts out with a fork if possible in the first instance, as the beasts have compacted the area below their hoofs. Then apply top dressing to level out & reseed the effected areas.
Rolling will only compact the rest of the law…"
7 hours ago
Johnathan Harpham replied to Ian Lord's discussion Trees As Cover
"I’m going to agree with Dan on the info front, but go even deeper. 
Whats the soil type, garden size, the distance from the buildings the house age and are there any below ground services that should be taken into consideration? It’s pointless plant…"
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John Fulton posted a discussion
I have a delicate pruning job to do which in itself might be a bit risky . I need to reduce the height of a single conifer ( not a leylandii or giant tree ) It's a tall thin column shaped conifer approx fifteen feet tall , main trunk diameter 4 inch…
8 hours ago
David Benson replied to David Benson's discussion replys to topicks
"ok Phil it seems to be working ok now they must be floating in outer space"
19 hours ago
William Mclellan, Kenny McKinnon, Matthew Carolan and 1 more joined Landscape Juice Network
20 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Alan M's discussion Darn cows!
"How bad is it? If it's very bad and not too large then re-turfing might be the only option. Other than that, roll as best you can and fill in, level with top soil and re-seed. Personally I would never use sand. I know it is popular and somewhat conv…"
22 hours ago
Phil Voice replied to David Benson's discussion replys to topicks
"I can't see anything untoward from this side David."
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Alan M replied to Alan M's discussion Darn cows!
"Graeme, I get the feeling a roller won't be heavy enough, also reading through the comments from the previous thread perhaps a roller is not the best route or are we just being too scientific"
yesterday
Darren Walters replied to Gary RK's discussion Security marking landscaping equipment
"Although this a very old thread, it is always relevant.  We have just marked our tools with SelectaDna as our local crime team were giving kits away as part of an inititive focusing on van crime.
Has anyone had any tools stolen and subsequently reco…"
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