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Tim Wallach commented on Robbie's blog post This one trick will save you a lot of time trimming hedges
"puts a new twist on 'mow and blow'"
1 hour ago
Sam Wharton updated their profile
4 hours ago
Marc Mazure replied to Marc Mazure's discussion Landscape Gardening Business Management Software
"Hi Matthew,
Sorry for the late reply and I know we have now spoken but for the benefit of everyone else I will answer here.
You can have one client so a landloard and have multiple seperate jobs within his jobs and you can invoice for each job…"
12 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
James Mead, Grounds Manager at the world-famous Rugby School in Warwickshire, has revealed why he has used MM50 grass seed for the last ten years.Rugby School, founded in 1567, is one of the oldest public schools in England, and is renowned…
yesterday
Adam Woods replied to David Williams's discussion Fencing Price per metre
"Yep, for me it would have been, unless it is mid winter and I need the work "
yesterday
Gary @ Landscape Juice Network replied to Luke brooks's discussion Hose use
"The GMA has bought all current drought restrictions together and accessible thru this link :
https://thegma.org.uk/guidance-temporary-water-restrictions"
yesterday
Kerry Parfitt replied to David Williams's discussion Fencing Price per metre
"So if your pricing a job that way am I right let's say £130 materials job would be £260 materials plus labour "
yesterday
Richard Marchewka is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
yesterday
Adam Woods replied to John F's discussion Customer Cash Flow dilemma .
"I'd not do any more work, and certainly not them run up a bill with others.... and make it clear to them (nicely) that things for you are tough at the moment (dry weather plants not growing... whatever you want to say) - also ask for an indication…"
yesterday
Peter sellers replied to Peter sellers's discussion Posthole borer for planting
"Gary, what make/brand do you have? Does it have a clutch or a mechanism that stops the auger if you hit something? The Stihl which does is very pricey and there's numerous Chinese ones on the market difficult to know what to buy?"
yesterday
Busy Bee Garden Services Limited replied to Peter sellers's discussion Posthole borer for planting
"We never found a problem with establishment and have planted everything from roses, herbaceous, shrubs, hedges, bulbs, it might not be by the book but never seem an issue with it, going to a site where we planted over 5000 plants this way 8 years…"
yesterday
Tim Bucknall replied to Peter sellers's discussion Posthole borer for planting
"How do you find the plants establish?  It sounds about as not by the book as you can get- circular hole, polished sides with hard ground the other side!"
yesterday
Tim Bucknall replied to Luke brooks's discussion Hose use
"My reading on Southern Water's website is that watering of plants in the ground and not under cover on commercial premises is permitted- but I can't see that that extends to private gardens. https://www.southernwater.co.uk/drought-restrictions…"
yesterday
Fusion Media posted a blog post
Ewan Hunter, Grounds Manager at Nottingham Forest FC, has praised the products and service he receives from Mansfield Sand.After starting his career as a greenkeeper, Ewan Hunter moved into football grounds management and has remained in the sector…
yesterday
Adam replied to John F's discussion Customer Cash Flow dilemma .
"When someone can't pay their bills for what I assume is a one off job I look at it from the point of view of what efforts have been made. If you set out tomorrow to buy a piece of equipment. For talk sake a machine worth 10k which is being sold for…"
yesterday
Jack Chapman replied to Gary R's discussion Wetting agents
"Personally Jes l would speak to suppliers so the product can meet your needs and budget. There are many wetting agents out there but as above it's not always productive.
If a fertilser product was compatable for tank mixing with a wetting agent and…"
yesterday
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