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Sherriff Amenity is delighted to announce that it is now the exclusive UK distributor of Carbon Gold’s Enriched Biochar Turf Improver.

Carbon Gold’s aim is to increase soil fertility and improve turf health through the use of biochar-based…

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After trialling a range of various wetting agents, Jonathan Smith, Course Manager at Cowdray Park Golf Club, West Sussex, found exactly what he was looking for in Sherriff Amenity’s Aqua-Zorb Liquid.

Golf has been played at Cowdray since…

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Pete Smith, Course Manager at the highly exclusive Birch Grove Estate in Sussex has reported ‘phenomenal’ results from using Sherriff Amenity’s Aqua-Zorb wetting agent to bring his fairways back to life.

Situated in 1200 acres of undulating…

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Sherriff Amenity, the fine turf and landscaping division of Agrovista UK Limited, one of the UK’s leading agronomy firms today announces the acquisition of Terra Firma (Scotland) Ltd, one of Scotland’s largest specialist suppliers to the amenity…

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Not only will Sherriff Amenity be launching two new innovative products on stand B34 at BTME 2017 but they will also be offering 12 months FREE education AND be showcasing a live working demonstration.

BTME 2017 will see the launch of two…

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Sherriff Amenity will be launching a number of new products, offering a range of special show offers and giving away free prizes on Stand E060 at SALTEX 2016.

Sherriff Amenity, providers of the most comprehensive range of goods and services…

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Open forum activity

Dan Frazer Gardening replied to Phil Voice's discussion How do you define 'fully qualified' in our industry?
"From Oxcford dictionary: "1.1 Competent or knowledgeable to do something; capable.""
1 hour ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Richard Gadsby's discussion Heat:)
"It’s surprising how much it’s possible to miss the rain! My boys went and stood outside in it just to feel it again!
ive prepared myself for no rain ( worth talking about)until September.
it will come in the end.
one thing I’ve made clear to clients…"
1 hour ago
Jim Gibbon replied to Richard Gadsby's discussion Heat:)
"Still no rain in my part of Norfolk. A bare root hedge I put in last Autumn is starting to suffer now, spent 2 hours watering it yesterday!"
2 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Richard Gadsby's discussion Heat:)
"Update! It rained for the first time in 7 weeks last night:) it lasted a while 5 minutes:(
it was at 730pm so the ground was still red hot so it evaporated almost instantly, next “chance” of rain is next Friday it seems!"
2 hours ago
Phil Voice replied to Gary RK's discussion “Fully Insured”
"A client's lack of insurance doesen't diminish their responibilty toward you.
I'd be sure a contractor could sue if they tripped over a wobbly paving slab, for example.
 "
2 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Not to be trusted with sharp tools? Change in the law banning home delivery.
"I’m not sure what point you are making? Ban them too? Or that people still use them?
its probably just me re knife blocks I like to have one big chopping board and one knife on it and nothing else on the worktops unless it’s actually being used. Tha…"
10 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Not to be trusted with sharp tools? Change in the law banning home delivery.
"This year I have been to a home show at the Genting Arena, previously known as the NEC and also the Royal Three Counties Show at Malvern, there were a significant number of kitchen knife stalls at both with sets in blocks to stand on kitchen worktop…"
11 hours ago
Craig Flatters replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Not to be trusted with sharp tools? Change in the law banning home delivery.
"+1"
13 hours ago
Graeme Brown replied to Ian Kenyon's discussion Finding staff - where?
"I just got a good guy on the job centre website experienced former tree surgeon and a hard worker. I did have to sift through a number of weardos and un employable who seem to apply to show they are looking for work but the two interviewees were bot…"
15 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Not to be trusted with sharp tools? Change in the law banning home delivery.
"Do people still have knife blocks on display? Thought that was a bit 80s!
besides that and the fact that knife crime is terrible and shouldn’t happen and should have far greater punishment (not 6 months in prison and let out to so it again until the…"
15 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Gary RK's discussion “Fully Insured”
"While you’re at it, when people ask to see my insurance before I work on their premises should I ask to see their insurance even if they are private home owners, to ensure I am covered if they are responsible for an incident and they do have insuran…"
15 hours ago
John Fulton replied to Gary RK's discussion “Fully Insured”
"It's a term that always worries me because i feel it can be twisted to imply negligence on the contractors part in any event and invalidate any claim , every activity in practice today seems to require some sort of risk assessment to be in place sin…"
17 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Andrew Betteridge's discussion Not to be trusted with sharp tools? Change in the law banning home delivery.
"It is only to stop the under eighteens ordering bladed tools and knives by mail order, so anyone over eighteen will still be able to place orders.
The biggest danger in most peoples lives is a knife block on the kitchen worktop within their own home…"
18 hours ago
Andrew Watts replied to Ian Kenyon's discussion Finding staff - where?
"Had you tried on here and Indeed?"
19 hours ago
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