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MM60 is key for Leeds Rhinos

Ryan Golding, head groundsman at the Emerald Headingley Stadium - home to Leeds Rhinos rugby league and Yorkshire Carnegie rugby union clubs, believes that Limagrain’s MM60 grass seed has been integral to the success of the pitch.

Ryan has…

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Nothing but MM50 for Sportsturf Management

Following a successful trial, Jamie Foyster - owner of Sportsturf Management, has now chosen to exclusively use Limagrain’s MM50 grass seed across every single cricket square he tends to.

It is safe to say that Jamie Foyster knows a thing…

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MM50 is ACE for Devonshire Park

Following a successful trial period, Danny Negus - head groundsman at Devonshire Park International Tennis Centre in Eastbourne, has decided to use Limagrain’s MM50 grass seed exclusively across all three of the sites he maintains.

Danny…

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Open forum activity

Paul Doyle replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"Hahaha  I know what you mean. Good tips there though. I have the petrol Echo combi at the minute which is good but heavy. I changed over to battery pellenc for the hand held trimmer, very good by the way,  My dealer doesnt recommend the long handled…"
8 hours ago
paul watson replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"maybe 35mm, I am useless at estimating, thats why I am skint
 "
10 hours ago
paul watson replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"never had it jam and you know what its like, you are u the ladders , you are lokking at something thick, dont want to get down for the pole pruner/long reach loppers so persevere with the hedgetrimmer, after about 20 seconds it has got through a bra…"
10 hours ago
Paul Doyle posted a discussion
Evening all,Has anyone got feedback on Instagram as a means of procuring work, or on the hole has the experience of those who have been busy with it been just reward for the investment in time put in??BestPaul
10 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"Hi Paul,
Can it  take rough work, or does it jam on the heavier stuff??
Paul"
10 hours ago
Scott Cooper is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
11 hours ago
Neal posted a discussion
I've recently quoted to tidy up a commercial area that hasn't been touched in a year , they have also asked for a price for a maintenace call every 6w after an initial tidy up.whilst I know everyone is different , is there pointers to give me regard…
12 hours ago
Jim Gibbon replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"So you should be ok with a new model Chris. It seems it's those of us with the older ones who are in the dark like Paul and myself. 
I like the steroids bit Paul. Glad I'm not the only one who can find it a bit unwieldy at times:)"
12 hours ago
Paul Errington replied to Rob's discussion ideal fencing protection to keep large dog in garden.
"Probably a bit late to reply, but I think the fact that the dog never goes near the perimeter (Graham Taylor, June 18th) speaks volumes for whether or not it hurts! I bought a system, in the States, several years ago in an attempt to keep our Workin…"
12 hours ago
paul watson replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"I have the hsa86 as well and that cuts great, I know the newer madels have the sticker on which shows rain and are meant to be ok as are the newer ,orange ended batteries but finding out definitively if i would be covered for using it in the rain is…"
13 hours ago
Jim Gibbon replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"Hi Paul
I've got the whole machine really wet a couple of times but have tried to not let too much water get into the battery compartment which is fairly easy as it's facing down most of the time. I don't think it would be good to get too much water…"
13 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to Millie Smith's discussion What to do with an oversized Cherry Laurel?
"I would agree with Dan,
I would bite the bullet and take the height and sides down to what is manageable in one slap 3-4m max,,, sides back to 1.5m approx.My objective would be to create a form that can be pruned hard once, maybe twice a year or whe…"
13 hours ago
C Powell replied to C Powell's discussion Hedge Trimmers
"Thanks Jim
Chris
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19 hours ago
Steven Mills replied to Tony @SM's discussion Kubota pro mowers
"Tony - If you're tempted by a Honda then take a look at the HRD 536. We've used these for years now and they're a good machine especially if you're on your own.They are lighter and easier to move around than the pro version as well as being cheaper.…"
23 hours ago
John F replied to John F's discussion what will safely remove wax from van paintwork
"I went to get some thinners from the auto shop the guy said it would be fine to use on the paint but suggested i could try some car panel paint preparation wipes for £1.49 which are designed to remove grease , they contain PC35 whatever that is smel…"
23 hours ago
Seth Burgess replied to Tony @SM's discussion Kubota pro mowers
"L&S engineers sell a high lift blade that fits Kaaz type mowers I think its sold as a Honda LM530 or something like that but it will fit your 21 inch kubota."
yesterday
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Evening all, Has anyone got feedback on Instagram as a means of procuring work, or on the hole has the experience of those who have been busy with it been just reward for the investment in time put in?? Best Paul

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Pricing for commercial work

I've recently quoted to tidy up a commercial area that hasn't been touched in a year , they have also asked for a price for a maintenace call every 6w after an initial tidy up. whilst I know everyone is different , is there pointers to give me…

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