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Replay Maintenance has always been at the forefront of advances within the synthetic sports surface market. Replay Rejuvenation, Aquatrax and Replay Revive are all industry leading processes that have helped shape modern techniques for synthetic spor
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Brett Landscaping has used its permeable paving expertise to provide an effective Sustainable Drainage System (SuDS) for an innovative development in Maidstone that combines an archive library and affordable housing.

Kent History and Library Centre,

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Tim harris replied to Tim harris's discussion Trailers for ride on mowers
"Yes that's what I've done. I've got a Ifor p8E and a tow hitch on the zero turn. Worked well the other day when doing a big leaf clean up. Filled the trailer and pulled it to the giant compost heap. Loads quicker "
9 hours ago
Peter Davis replied to Tim harris's discussion Trailers for ride on mowers
"When I did grass cutting I had a trailer for the ride on that I could tow behind it when needed. So I used the same trailer to transport the machine & to use on site to move materials around."
17 hours ago
Peter Davis replied to Billybop's discussion Heated Jackets
"They are a total game changer. I started off with a Milwaukee heated hoodie. It's good but bulky.  I now use a Milwaukee heated gilet & it's perfect.
Gardening involves some very active jobs & some where you are standing around.  The gilet means…"
17 hours ago
Peter Davis replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"My Lab Collie cross comes with me every day since he was a pup. He loves it & gets excited when I put my work boots on. I keep him in a dog crate so that he is secure even with all the doors open - perfect on warmer days."
17 hours ago
Peter replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"We are getting a puppy soon so been reading this with interest as I'll probably end up taking her to work with me on some jobs (not till she's much older and trained though as it could be a disaster). "
19 hours ago
Billybop replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"i would gently push the rutted sides in towards the middle, for now. The soil has been compressed, it looks ruined but will naturally decompress, given time it will recover to a surprising extent. If it was drier and earlier in the season I might…"
yesterday
PETER C replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"I agree with Martin. No soil ( or very little soil ) has actually been removed from the area so it shouldn't require any to be brought in.       I use a fork to lift the compacted area and then try and push the ridges to the sides underneath.  If…"
yesterday
Peter sellers replied to Peter sellers's discussion 19 inch roller mower
"Following other suggestions, finally found a localish masport dealer with stock. Big disappointment, there's a handle bracing bar almost level with the grass box which makes taking it off awkward and putting it back on a work of art! The box is on…"
yesterday
Martin Squires replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"Hi
im afraid that to really repair this youll need to decompress the soil in the rut as much as possible and then push the displaced turf over this otherwise, as previously metioned, it will fill with water along the compacted rut.
hope that helps
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yesterday
MF Hodgson replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Dog in van at work.
"If I still had a dog I'd absolutely love to take him to work! One thing I'll say, though - where I work there's a meadow with sheep just below the garden and a while back a young shepherd came to check on them. He'd got his dog with him and he left…"
yesterday
Fusion Media posted a blog post
Get ready for an electrifying experience at The GCSAA Conference and Trade Show, where Dennis Mowers is set to showcase its ground-breaking E-Series range of battery-powered mowers.As one of the largest golf shows globally, this event is the…
Friday
Fusion Media posted a blog post
SISIS Machinery will take the spotlight on booth 3557 during the GCSAA Conference and Trade Show 2024 in Phoenix from January 29 to February 1.Formerly known as the Golf Industry Show, this globally renowned event is a nexus for golf industry…
Friday
Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"Ahh yes understood 
maybe fork the compacted areas before levelling ?"
Friday
Jake Piechowicz replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"Biggest problem we've found is that you fill it in and make it lovely but as soon as we get some heavy downpours the soil has been so heavily compacted by the lorry its becomes waterlogged almost immediately 🤦‍♂️🙈"
Thursday
Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"That's great Thankyou for the advice , it is a large area and it's an insurance job so budget is fine , going to order a load of soil , cheers "
Thursday
Billybop replied to Peter sellers's discussion Bargain secateurs
"i find a metal detector useful in these incidents,  also go over the actual bags of garden waste with it. The solution for me is that the secateurs are always put in the exact same door pocket of the truck after each job, if possible"
Thursday
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Any ideas

Hi all , I've been asked to repair some grassed areas where a lorry has driven over grass leaving tyre marks  , I'm thinking best bet is to tamp down the tyre marks , topdresss with topsoil and overseedanyone have any other suggestions ? hope…

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Backpack blower

Hi guys! I'm in need of a new backpack blower, previously we've made do with a bottom of the range McCullough backpack blower which was bought on a small budget when I first started up. It's now gone way past the time to upgrade it but I'll be the…

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7 Replies · Reply by PGM Dec 2
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