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Developed by Rosther Hill Developments, Beswick Green is a unique, period-style development in the very heart of Staffordshire. In a private courtyard setting on the outskirts of the historic Swynnerton village and the picturesque countryside, the de

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Honey Badger replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"RHS Pruning and training book! It's all in there.
Wire 2ft from ground, eyes 3ft apart, eyes 3inch from edge of wall, eyes three courses of bricks up for espalier and four bricks up for fan trained, use Cain's to train in new growth for fans. 
Vines…"
4 hours ago
Ben Pritchard replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"And for the gold star, the eyes at the end horizontal, and the ones inbetween vertical. Only the end ones need to be in deep like glen said, this gives a touch more working space for ties - for fruit trees I use rubber bands with a toggle.
If doing…"
6 hours ago
Andrew John replied to Peter sellers's discussion wheeled strimmer and pedestrian mower for very steep banks
"I have used the AS63, 2 stroke with twin wheels will handle any slope"
8 hours ago
Glen Stillman replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Yep exactly as Ben says. The only thing I will add is to drill your holes deep enough to screw your vine eye right in otherwise it will bend. And to tap your wall plugs into the wall a little so that it does not 'pop' the mortar or stone around the…"
9 hours ago
Agata Wolf replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"Thank you Ben, this is super helpful!"
10 hours ago
Ben Pritchard replied to Agata Wolf's discussion Support for trained fruit trees
"I generally use 75mm vine eyes, 7mm hole +plug. Then 2.4mm fencing wire and turn buckle strainers.
Tensioners such as gripples are a bit much on a wall, but ideal on posts.
There are 2 schools of thought on position of vine eyes, either in the…"
11 hours ago
Agata Wolf posted a discussion
Hi,We have a customer who bought few differently trained fruit trees (espalier and fan) which will be trained along the brick wall. Each tree has branches at different levels so probably the only reasonable way to do it will be to install wires…
11 hours ago
1st Garden Maintenance replied to Gary @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion Directory of landscape/gardening/maintenance based software apps
"Andrew. Can you automate Real Green to carry out actions automatically. For example, if a lead comes in via a form can it automatically send out an other form in response to the questions asked on the incoming form?
Can you set it to send out emails…"
13 hours ago
1st Garden Maintenance replied to Gary @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion Directory of landscape/gardening/maintenance based software apps
"JP Is and there are plenty more that are but thay have a much bigger market than us."
13 hours ago
Gary RK replied to Gary @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion Directory of landscape/gardening/maintenance based software apps
"..:cough: - are you a Millionaire yet ? :Wink:"
14 hours ago
1st Garden Maintenance replied to Gary @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion Directory of landscape/gardening/maintenance based software apps
"We have been using it for the last seven years. The chap who is the co owner Johnathan Potashnick is the person who signed me up.   https://www.lawncaremillionaire.com/"
14 hours ago
1st Garden Maintenance replied to Gary @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion Directory of landscape/gardening/maintenance based software apps
"They are just given the old bluff because their not interested in this market.
I can can contact their support at any time by the click of a button, but sometimes I do have to wait up to five hours for a reply, because their time zone is 5 hours…"
14 hours ago
Nicholas Rymer posted a discussion
With Iconic kitchens supplied exclusivly through the trade we are starting to build our CRM database.Although we design and build our kitchens offering an installation service for the units, worksurfaces, grills, fridges, sinks and all other…
15 hours ago
Dave Colton replied to Peter sellers's discussion wheeled strimmer and pedestrian mower for very steep banks
"a victa is a good bank mower but it's all down to the angle of the bank if it's safe enough to have some someone behind it."
15 hours ago
Andrew Watts replied to Gary @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion Directory of landscape/gardening/maintenance based software apps
"We've used Real Green Service Assistant for the last 8 years. Been very happy with it, albeit a a price. Although a US product, it has been well modified for the UK and also we get good support from them. Problem in the morning usually resolved by…"
16 hours ago
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Nomix Lance problems

Hi,I bought the frontline compact lance a couple of years ago, the first one I had the square discs didn't work so they sent a replacement. The second lance for used a couple of times and then blocked despite using the cleaning fluid. At the time I…

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