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Merseyside Pitches Uplifted By Souters Sports

Liverpool, a city famed for its football, is making a big effort to raise the quality of public pitches controlled by Liverpool City Council. This summer, end of season renovation work began on 90 of them across the city, conducted by Souters Sports,

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Indian Sandstone Patio Paving Liverpool

Natural sandstone patio installation in Liverpool undertaken by Dempsey Landscaping.


Before work commenced



Mot type 1 crushed stone sub base laid and compacted



Paving laid on full bed of mortar and coated with sbr/cement slurry



Main body of paving co

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Natural Stone Paving Patio 

Clean and Re-point

As part of a landscaping project that we are currently carrying out in the Wirral, there was an existing patio. The patio was grimey and dirty but the customer assured us that natural stone paving was un

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Marshalls Heritage Paving Diamonds


This design went down really well with our customers, so we have decided to put it on Landscape Juice for all to see. We have used Marshalls Heritage Paving and created three decorative diamond shaped areas with a 

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Sustainable Kitchen Gardens

Sustainable Gardens


Sustainable gardens are a popular subject in the landscaping world as people are becoming more and more aware of the environment around them. People are re-cycling more and even growing there own food. Our research has show than r

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A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

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Can anyone recommend an plant identifying app they use? Thanks
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Richard Gadsby replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"Mulching can be great with a dedicated machine. Mulch plugs are second best but not bad."
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PAUL replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"thanks for the info ... I would like to push mulching more often but customers have been resistant in the past .... This may be the opportunity to show them"
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ICL has announced the launch of Gronamic - a new range of organo-mineral fertilizers.The Gronamic range comprises various analyses and particle sizes to suit the demands of all types of fine and coarse turf. The range combines the benefits of minera…
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GaryRK @ Landscape Juice Network replied to GaryRK's discussion The LJN Covid-19 ‘Working’ from home thread
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"Online tools and mobile apps make it easier than ever to communicate, collaborate and manage complex projects away from the office. The government is currently urging all businesses to allow staff to work from home because of th…"
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John F replied to GaryRK's discussion The LJN Covid-19 ‘Working’ from home thread
"Many thanks Craig , much appreciated . 
Yes i have downloaded the zoom app from the chrome store and opened an account 
The way i understand it is on first ever meeting you simply click on the hosts link and its an automaticat procress and set up be…"
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Paul Doyle replied to GaryRK's discussion Show us your.......
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Vic 575 replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"I can’t give you a measurement because I don’t know. I cut not too low but not too high. I think the pictures are the best guide to what the height is. The Stiga deck is set on either 3.5 or 4 and the John Deere is either on the third or fourth hole…"
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Vic 575 replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"Well, technically you are only supposed to cut one third off the length, but in reality you can do more than that. Both of my machines are fast, so where and when needed, going over twice is the way to cut longer grass and still see no visible clipp…"
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Billybop replied to Joe McWilliams's discussion leylandii and law
"hi Joe not against the law at all, don't you worry. just be sure to plant them set back from the actual boundary a bit so when grown they can be kept trimmed to it yet form a decent thickness"
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PAUL replied to Colin Anson's discussion Waste disposal problems
"what length do you mulch at?
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Joe McWilliams posted a discussion
Dear all, does anyone know if it is against the law the plant leylandii on private property next to an A road? It will be kept to 2m. with thanks, Joe
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Craig McGinty replied to GaryRK's discussion The LJN Covid-19 ‘Working’ from home thread
"Hi John,
I am on a Chromebook as well.
Not sure but do you already have an account? You can do that directly thoughr the web brower at
From there install the ChromeOS app and sign in, have you seen this page:
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