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Under the trading banner of South Lincs Grass Care, ANP Services Spalding Ltd provide standalone lawn and grass care services right across the turf management sector as well as our complete garden and grounds maintenance services.

From weed and moss c

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In the first of a several part blog that we are writing, we will explain some of the terms that are often used in lawncare service leaflets and by contractors but many of you out there may not actually understand what they mean!

Lets start with a term

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Even in our local area, not many people know the true scale of the works that we can offer - basically if its grass (of virtually any description), we can offer services to help you maintain it, improve it, or even prepare the ground and reseed it.

As

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Perhaps you own or run your own business and need your grounds maintaining or are in a HR department and have been tasked with finding a grounds maintenance contractor to maintain your site(s)?

Some things you need to ask for from anyone tendering or

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Many people in the Lincolnshire area own or loan horses, or have some involvement in equestrianism.

For many, owning their own few acres of land is the result of many years of yard work and indeed many prefer it to the expense of keeping a horse (or m

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SOUTH LINCS GRASS CARE - Who are they you may be asking yourself?

Its a question we, ourselves have been asked before - so here is the answer!

Based just outside the market town of Spalding, Lincolnshire, South Lincs Grass Care has been established sin

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How can I control weeds in my lawn or paddock?

This is a question that is commonly asked, where 'undesirable weeds' such as plantains, daises or ragwort threaten to take over from the grass!

Unfortunately, its not a simple solution if you want to 'do it yourself'....

There are now not many selectiv

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Do you own or run a Guest House, B and B, pub or hotel in Lincolnshire?

Would you like more customers, turnover and profit? - of course you would!

There's one very simple way to increase your passing trade, which as we all know, often leads to recommen

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ANP Services Spalding are well known throughout the Spalding area and due to demand, we are happy to announce we have now extended our coverage into the Bourne, Baston and Morton regions too.

We have had several requests for works throughout this regi

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If you are reading this blog post, you may be asking yourself some or all of the following questions:

WHY should I scarify my lawn?

Lawns benefit from regular scarifying in order to remove and control the build up of moss and 'thatch'. 'Thatch' is the

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Open forum activity

Geoffrey King replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Hi, we do a lot of these. Used to use vine eyes only, but they do bend and do break.  Understanding the key issue is to get the wire support away from the wall/ fence hence vine eyes are 75 or 100mm long, to allow the fruit not to be pushed up…"
5 minutes ago
Luke brooks replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Honestly love that reply 
it's a long running joke in the local "
44 minutes ago
Billybop replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Crikey they must have a large specimen of Cortaderia selloana in the front garden I bet"
46 minutes ago
Luke brooks replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"They are swingers !"
50 minutes ago
Billybop replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"is he French lol"
52 minutes ago
Luke brooks replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"The best screw is Jean at number 37"
1 hour ago
Jamie Booth replied to Jamie Booth's discussion Hollow tine aerators.
"Glad to hear that you are pleased with the machine. Thanks for your reply. "
2 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Be prepared to use 2 for every hole and make sure you don't put them through the side of the van!!"
3 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Thanks a million Nick!!"
3 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Whats the best screw type.
"Tek Screws if you wanted to attach to the framework of the vans - https://www.screwfix.com/c/screws-nails-fixings/self-drilling-screw...
We weld together a framework out of 20mm box section and then make ply shelves to fit. Takes around 2 man days…"
3 hours ago
Paul Doyle posted a discussion
Morning All,Is there an ideal screw for attaching shelving of any kind to the plywood lining in vans??Best Paul 
11 hours ago
Tim Bucknall replied to Jamie Booth's discussion Hollow tine aerators.
"We've had a Camon LA25  for a couple of years, and very pleased with it.  As others have said, we run the scarifier over for a last run after aerating, breaks the cores into topdressing."
13 hours ago
Tim Bucknall replied to Rob Davies's discussion Spanish Bluebells
"Burning will just take the tops off and do no more than hoeing, but with more noise, danger and CO2.
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13 hours ago
Kris Baker replied to Andrew . Perkins's discussion Do battery powered tools justify the cost ?
"One cost to consider is the time spent at the forecourt filling up cans, and queueing to pay,  and maybe having to detour to get to a forecourt, compared to the convenience of plugging in battery charger at home."
22 hours ago
Henry Voice replied to Gary @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion Directory of landscape/gardening/maintenance based software apps
"Hi Gary,
I'd like to add one to the mix that I've recently come across called Custom Quoter. It seems to be a complete tool for businesses in general. 
You can create quotes and estimates and your general business management tasks all in one place. …"
yesterday
Henry Voice replied to Henry Voice's discussion STIHL professional user event
"Thanks Darren, it's noted 😊"
yesterday
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Fencing type?

Hi everyone, apologies for what may be a simple question but does this type of fencing have a name??I'm not a fan but customer is keen to replicate this however I'm having difficulty sourcing these "boards"Any help appreciated! 

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2 Replies · Reply by Gary RK yesterday
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Spring lawn renovation

Whilst this lovely dry sunny weather is a pleasure to work and relax it, we could really do with a spot of rain! I've renovated 6 lawns over the past month - scarify, aerate, top-dress and overseed - not cheap for the customers and they all have…

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6 Replies · Reply by John F yesterday
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