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PELLENC LAUNCHES THE AIRION 3 BLOWER

PRESENTING PERFECT BALANCE FOR GREATER COMFORT AND PRODUCTIVITY

Pellenc, the world’s leading expert in battery-powered tools for maintaining landscapes, has completed its range of battery-powered products for professionals with the launch of the Airio

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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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David Benson replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"you can get (hire( hand held post knockers https://www.bing.com/shop?q=hand+held+post+knocker&FORM=SHOPPA&...;...
to put in front of the post set bags but that lump of concreate is going to take some shifting
is the digger access problem because of the…"
6 hours ago
Paul Baillie replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"We did a similar ISH job 2 years ago.
water only a few inches deep.
we went gabions, 14.5 metres of them."
7 hours ago
Paul Baillie replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"Cut a few twice already.
lovely sandy soil here, coastal North norfolk"
7 hours ago
Jack Chapman replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"Out of today's 14, against all odds l did 16! Two from tomorrow squeezed in given a devistating forecast.
All are clay here also. Three lawns were super soft in places, but with more weather due cutting is more beneficial than not cutting sometimes.…"
7 hours ago
Ed Fox replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"Great ideas chaps. I'd thought of sand bags already but postcrete is very clever as is dry concrete. Pin with bars is a great idea too. good. Not too sure what a scour is. Could I just start these in the water and build up from there.
Only thing wit…"
8 hours ago
Carmelo Bianca, Marc Burley and JMSAutoGates joined Landscape Juice Network
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Kerry Parfitt replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"I'm on scour works with the railway what we do with scours fill hessian bags with dry mixed concrete lay like bricks two wide or wider pin with bars works a treet"
9 hours ago
Ben Gilg replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"Not aimig to start for another couple of weeks , still way too wet underfoot "
10 hours ago
Ed Fox replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
"So as you can see the bank retaining wall has failed and now the earth is being eroded by the river. As you can see the garage is pretty close by and at the worst point the bank has been undermined to withinn about a foot of the garage wall. Problem…"
14 hours ago
Ed Fox replied to Ed Fox's discussion Riverbank erosion urgent repair needed
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Liam Wetherall replied to Adam Woods's discussion Killing crocus bulbs
"The most successful way to get them out is to use a hand spade and dig at least six inches wider than the bulb and to dig deep enough to get all the roots.
Weed killers can kill crocuses but but with water levels high it would be more resistant to i…"
17 hours ago
Liam Wetherall replied to Millie Smith's discussion What to do with an oversized Cherry Laurel?
"Like many gardeners I am not a fan of cherry laurels but if your client wishes to keep them, the best time for pruning to ensure flowers is immediately after the flowers have faded. If your main concern is to have the Laurel as an evergreen screen o…"
17 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
Redesigned from the ground up, the new ICL Turf & Landscape Product Guide includes an up-to-date listing of products and an abundance of useful information for those who manage turf and amenity areas.The Product Guide consists of sections on key pro…
19 hours ago
Peter sellers replied to Richard's discussion Grass cutting business.
"Richard, To address a few points in your reply to me and to you by others. I'm in agreement with others on the size of mower, a 41cm is too small, if you are asked to quote for a largish lawn and the competition is also asked to quote and they have…"
19 hours ago
Chris & Heather McAlpine replied to Craig Flatters's discussion I was hoping to start mowing next week.
"We've mowed a couple here in Warrington but many of our regulars are on clay and are too wet.  They do need cutting but are just too boggy.  Plenty of other work in the gardens though so still very busy."
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