icl turf and landscape (30)

PRO Supplier

ICL has been announced as the BALI National Landscape Awards 2021 principal winner in the Supplier Exceptional Service category.

The prestigious British Association of Landscape Industries' (BALI) Awards is the largest in Europe and is designed to rew

Read more…
PRO Supplier

ICL celebrates win at BALI Awards 2021

ICL has been announced as a BALI National Landscape Awards 2021 winner in the Supplier Exceptional Service category.

The prestigious British Association of Landscape Industries' (BALI) Awards is the largest in Europe, and is designed to reward and sho

Read more…
PRO Supplier

David Daly, Golf Course Superintendent at Hogs Head Golf Club in Ireland, has long relied on a wide range of ICL products, from the initial grow-in to now helping him maintain the award-winning 18-hole course to a consistently high level.

David starte

Read more…
PRO Supplier

ICL’s ProSelect grass seed supported by a monthly nutritional programme has resulted in Bradford City’s pitch being in the best condition ever – according to Head Groundsman Mick Doyle.

If anyone knows the pitch at Bradford City’s Utilita Energy Stadi

Read more…
PRO Supplier

ICL’s ProSelect grass seed supported by a monthly nutritional programme has resulted in Bradford City’s pitch being in the best condition ever – according to Head Groundsman Mick Doyle.

If anyone knows the pitch at Bradford City’s Utilita Energy Stadi

Read more…
PRO Supplier

Alan Abel from Complete Weed Control (South & Central Wales) has claimed that ICL’s residual herbicide, LockStar, has become an essential product in his armoury.

Since its launch last year, LockStar has been well received in the turf and landscaping s

Read more…
PRO Supplier

Safe and effective weed control

Roundup ProActive: confidence for both contractor and customer

Adam Pilgrim from ANP Services Spalding Ltd, has long relied on Roundup ProActive from ProGreen claiming that it offers several benefits to both the contractor and the customer.

Roundup Pro

Read more…

Open forum activity

Lawncare-4u.co.uk commented on Fleur Voice's blog post STIHL GB Remembers Eva Mayr-Stihl
"Excellent business, kept me going for 20+ years in this industry."
1 hour ago
Honey Badger replied to Peter sellers's discussion Planting spade
"The burgon and ball transplanting spade is the one for me, it's super strong.
I've had mine for about seven years and it probably see me out. I'm one of those thugs that snaps handles/ spade blades, breaks prongs of garden forks.
Ok it's not pointy.…"
5 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Peter sellers's discussion Planting spade
""
5 hours ago
Darren Walters replied to John F's discussion Customer Cash Flow dilemma .
"How is it panning out John?"
6 hours ago
My Garden Design posted a blog post
I don't know about you, but I've been spending quite a few evenings outdoors lately - once the heat has gone out of the sun it's by far the most comfortable place to be.....I've even been tempted to sleep under the stars!Garden lighting has been a…
15 hours ago
John Hogan is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
yesterday
Lawnman replied to James's discussion What is average cost for mowing a garden?
"Minimum charge £25, lawn up to 100 sqmetres. Then additional £10 next 50 sq metres. After that more bespoke quote. Mow and collect customers bin. Additional charge if waste away."
yesterday
Robbie posted a blog post
yesterday
Adam Woods replied to Peter sellers's discussion Planting spade
"https://www.amazon.co.uk/Radius-Garden-23311-Slayer-Perennial/dp/B0...
The best spade I have ever owned by far....."
yesterday
Glen Stillman replied to Peter sellers's discussion Planting spade
"Yes it's my do everything spade. It's proven to be pretty tough. If the planting spade has a longer socket I'd have thought it would be bomb proof!"
Saturday
Rob Davies replied to Peter sellers's discussion Planting spade
"I used to use that rabbiting spade for many years,for planting and root balling field grown conifers, absolutely top piece of kit and also had ours fitted with fibreglass handles for added strength "
Saturday
Sam Bainbridge replied to John F's discussion Customer Cash Flow dilemma .
"You are a business not a charity go and tell them they need to pay their bill if they have had their 28days if they say they can't just take them to small claims court. They obviously knew they couldn't pay before you had done the work so they…"
Saturday
Ben Carter replied to Luke brooks's discussion Hose use
"Thats a shame, Planting in mid summer dry period or not doesn't show a lot of sense.  Autumn is only a few weeks away."
Saturday
Peter sellers replied to Peter sellers's discussion Planting spade
"Thanks Glen, I had looked at this, have you got or used? I'd more or less decided on the Bulldog Premier Treaded Tree Planting Spear code 5518112850 as it has a longer socket. It's difficult to judge from internet photos, can't find a local stockist…"
Saturday
Glen Stillman replied to Peter sellers's discussion Planting spade
Saturday
Peter sellers posted a discussion
Looking for a very heavy duty planting spade with a pointed blade for hard stony ground, just for plants not posts so no great depth required. Preferably ergonomic. Any recommendations?
Saturday
More…
PRO

Hose use

My fellow pro gardeners raised the question during a hose pipe ban Are we allowed to use domestic clients hoses as professionals carrying out our work to keep a planting job alive ? I understand nurseries garden centres etc can and via a standpipe u…

Read more…
8 Replies · Reply by Ben Carter on Saturday
Views: 499