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As a long-term user of Limagrain grass seed, Adrian Kay, head groundsman at York Racecourse, believes that an improvised MM25 mixture gives him the confidence to keep the course to an exceptionally high standard all year round.

Adrian, the…

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Rob Bradshaw, head groundsman at Peterborough United FC’s Mick George Training Academy, has praised both the product and the service he receives from Limagrain UK.

Rob has admitted that he is currently ‘living the dream’. As a lifelong…

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Limagrain UK, one of the world’s largest seed companies will be showcasing its impressive range of grass seed mixtures, including the market leading MM60, MM50 and the new exciting MM7 on their stand at…

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Bruce Elliot, head of grounds and estates at Crystal Palace FC, has revealed that Limagrain’s MM60 is his preferred choice of winter sports grass seed.

It is safe to say that Crystal Palace have acquired an extremely experienced groundsman…

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Limagrain UK has announced that it will be launching an exciting new range of products at BTME 2017 on stand C39, which will include a new addition to the leading MM range of grass seed; two new mixtures to its extensive wild flower portfolio and…

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Limagrain UK, one of the world’s largest seed companies will be showcasing its impressive range of grass seed mixtures, including the market leading MM60 and MM50, on their larger stand - number H037 at SALTEX 2015.…

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Open forum activity

Andrew Betteridge replied to Gavin Gray's discussion very slow start to the year
"I used to work for a posh kitchen company and for seven years they didn't sell a kitchen in January. One year they bought twenty fold down Tv's that fitted under kitchen wall cupboards as a January give away to customers placing an order in January…"
4 hours ago
Gary RK replied to Gary RK's discussion Security marking landscaping equipment
5 hours ago
Gavin Gray replied to Gavin Gray's discussion very slow start to the year
"picked up some maintenance but landscaping projects were a no go, every single one ive asked it was "we didnt think it would have cost that much" things like the job was £7k and the budget was £3k, unrealistc expectations"
5 hours ago
John Fulton replied to John Fulton's discussion Arbrex seal and heal and conifer reduction
"Thanks Graham fortunately there are plenty of shoots near the bottom but i still suspect the reduced tree will look a bit of a thug , I would love to take it down and replace it with a shrub but it will mean lifting some paving stones out of the pat…"
6 hours ago
Clive replied to Gary RK's discussion Security marking landscaping equipment
"Gary,
i do have a spreadsheet with all serial numbers, spark plugs  required etc.. but time saving when ordering for servicing I know exactly what machine has what and when it was last done.
Where did you go to get the SelectaDNA kit? The police sta…"
6 hours ago
Ian Kenyon posted a discussion
It was so warm and dry we decided to make headway into the list of sorinf works. So much drought and chafer damage out tgere this year
7 hours ago
Ian Kenyon replied to Gavin Gray's discussion very slow start to the year
"Have you asked for feedback from the prospects that haven't committed?"
7 hours ago
Green Girl Garden Care replied to Gavin Gray's discussion very slow start to the year
"Garden maintenance here. New enquiries seem pretty sparse at the moment but I've not done any marketing apart from switch on my Google ad words. Just starting to get repeat customers asking for things to be tidied up. I think it's most certainly due…"
8 hours ago
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…"
10 hours 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…
10 hours ago
Gavin Gray is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
11 hours ago
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 ? "
15 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…"
17 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…"
17 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…"
17 hours ago
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17 hours ago
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