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Oldham Athletic Football Club has signed a three year supply agreement with Sherriff Amenity for all line marking and paint requirements. The agreement sees the Bowcom GMX line marker and Bowgrass Supreme Plus paint used for line marking duties at th

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Sherriff Amenity has confirmed an exclusive supply agreement with Greenaway Amenity to sell market and develop the company’s range of hand-held Controlled Droplet Application (CDA) sprayers and liquid products throughout the UK.

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Tommy replied to Tommy's discussion Winter work and keeping employees on through the off season
"Thank you.  Really appreciate your frankness Gary.  I'm just trying to feel my way with the issue.  "
3 minutes ago
Neil Ruddick replied to Nigel Skinner's discussion Euphorbia Sap ! !
"Is there a decent reference book describing the plants that can cause adverse reactions like this?"
19 minutes ago
Graham Taylor replied to John F's discussion Big Lawn / Little Lawn / Frustrated Customer
"You can't be certain of the weather forecast for a few days time.................  perhaps you'd do better to see what it's like on the day and then if it's raining, give them the choice of doing it then or leaving to the next day? "
2 hours ago
Nigel Skinner replied to Nigel Skinner's discussion Euphorbia Sap ! !
"Thanks for the wellness wishes. Just over a week on and pretty much back to normal now 🙏🏻.
I think the thing seems to be to treat the plant as a job on its own. I went from clearing a bed of it straight onto mowing the customers lawn, with it being…"
2 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to John F's discussion Big Lawn / Little Lawn / Frustrated Customer
"Billybop is right. They sound very unreasonable. Anyone with any sense and everybody knows that mowing in the pouring rain is a bad idea. Any genuine person would really appreciate you making the effort to mow on a dry day. What difference does one…"
5 hours ago
Billybop replied to John F's discussion Big Lawn / Little Lawn / Frustrated Customer
"I never make firm promises to any of my customers that I will come on a specific day. They just know I will come and do it when I can and the time is right. Personally I would take that customer up on that offer of them finding somebody else! That…"
5 hours ago
Tommy replied to Tommy's discussion Winter work and keeping employees on through the off season
"All good suggestions everyone and thank you.  
 
I was wondering if anybody has staff they lay off during the off season and if so do they usually come back next year.
 
Or if any body runs a banked hours scheme to retain staff during the quieter…"
7 hours ago
John F replied to Tommy's discussion Winter work and keeping employees on through the off season
"Timing , Its still not too late to ask / suggest Winter jobs to existing customers to see if they have work which will generate an income before winding down for Winter .
Many customers need to be reminded about leaf collection on drives and lawns . "
7 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Second weed and feed?
"I've always found the "weed and feed" very poor for killing weeds. Spraying is far more effective. "
8 hours ago
Neil Darby replied to Able Gardens's discussion Which Chipper?
"I did have an Eliet Major (without the shute) so just dumped the shreddings on the ground. I didn't rate it as would not take green matter only woody material. I ended up hardly using it & sold it in the spring lossing money on it. Not much…"
8 hours ago
Neil Darby replied to Brian's Garden Maintenance's discussion Second weed and feed?
"You mention the product was supplied by the client, so presumably an over the counter W/F. I would ask them when they bought it for one, as if it's been sitting in the shed for a year or two it's going to of gone off. Always a back out answer if…"
9 hours ago
John F posted a discussion
One of my most valued customers is becoming increasingly frustrated with my services .The work involves cutting Three tiny newly laid lawns which are perfectly manageable with my little cordless mower and always leaves a perfect finish , These lawns…
9 hours ago
Karsten Tomkins replied to Nigel Skinner's discussion Euphorbia Sap ! !
"Besides the protective gear, there's 3 things to bear in mind with Euphorbia pruning -Think in advance about the flow of sap. Make the cuts so the sap flow will be the least hazardous.
Occasionally, the sap can be under pressure. I once pruned the…"
9 hours ago
Max Wiesner replied to Able Gardens's discussion Which Chipper?
"Eliet Prof 5 is good, make sure it has the hydraulics (powered wheels and in feed roller). Gravity fed woodchippers won't handle green waste, the eliet will. They do come up from time to time and are very well engineered so used is a good option.
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10 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Tommy's discussion Winter work and keeping employees on through the off season
"I'll add mulching to Gary's list....but otherwise all valid :)"
10 hours ago
Will replied to Tommy's discussion Winter work and keeping employees on through the off season
"This year I'm working till Christmas, then that's it, I'm off for 2 months.  Tired of scraping a living during the cold wet winter, pruning fruit trees, digging, fencing etc. If the weather is mild and I can justify a full day, maybe, but bits and…"
23 hours ago
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Stihl Combi extensions

I am going to buy a replacement HT-KM pole pruner for my Combi.  I can buy it with the shaft or without & then swap the old shaft over.  But am I better using the old shaft & making another extension out of it ?  I have seen the screw collar for…

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Which Chipper?

Help! Im a gardener and have no intention of become a tree surgeon, I can't climb for a start! I often get asked to remove a hedge or make a big reduction etc. I'm at the point where I need a bigger and quicker chipper, I currently have an Eliet…

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