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Dennis and SISIS will be exhibiting at the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) Conference and Trade Show which takes place at the San Diego Convention Center in California from 8-10 February.Known as the Golf Industry Show…
1 hour ago
Vic 575 replied to Gary RK's discussion Electric vans ....
"Ten years ago, I leased a Hilux for two years. I was expecting the new model to come out two years later in any case and I wanted to pay my mortgage off.
I have always managed to own my new vehicles outright, no finance. So when I trade one in I get…"
4 hours ago
Gary RK posted a discussion
Absolutely stunning pictorial representations of a tree's presence underground 😳😳😳
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John F replied to Gary RK's discussion Electric vans ....
"Yes agree i prefer ownership . As mentioned vat registered will be able to claim the vat back and i understand with leasing the full leasing fee is tax deductable but heard different versions be interesting to find out . 
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5 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Gary RK's discussion Electric vans ....
"The lease deal that Gary mentions does seem reasonable, but it is still the thick end of £16k over three years [assuming 35 payments and VAT on payments and the down payment].
I am not VAT registered, so that makes a difference obviously.
As a…"
6 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to Gary RK's discussion Electric vans ....
"This is the thing, it's coming down the road no matter what. Judging by current trends and how cities are constructing transport infrastructure away from the car, I think its reasonable to assume that my next van will undoubtedly be electric. But as…"
7 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to Gary RK's discussion Electric vans ....
"I went to my VW  dealership last year before buying my van. I wanted to check out the crafter electric as tax wise its very interesting here in belgium, €88,000 it was.. it was a short conversation with the nub of it being that I'd be better off…"
7 hours ago
John F replied to Neil Darby's discussion Lawn 'treatment'
"Last year a customer going away left a bag of granular feed in January as advised by the supplier to spread asap .
I rang the supplier to check and they advised to water it in if no rain forecast no reference to temperature being minus 2 .
I didn't…"
7 hours ago
Gary Clapham replied to Gary RK's discussion Electric vans ....
"still cant understand why the milage range on vans is so poor, ive an electric car that does 270miles, im presuming its the weight of the batteries? 
until the vans have a range similar to my car ill not be changing "
9 hours ago
John F replied to Gary RK's discussion Electric vans ....
"I feel £238 + vat , deposit and mileage allowance is very reasonable for a business such as yours which needs to commute around the London area . 
I suppose you could compare it to how much you would pay in ULEZ charges in a non compliant van but…"
9 hours ago
John F replied to John F's discussion Battery Charging Calculations ?
"Thanks for the replies .  For my own curiosity i feel its worth addressing as my battery stock and usage increases . 
I did think it would be pennies as Andrew suggests 7 pence , Often i have up to 6 batteries charging every evening during growing…"
10 hours ago
David Benson replied to Gary RK's discussion Electric vans ....
"i saw a artical about chargin electric cars at home and they reccon there is a big %of houses in the uk that dont have adequate power supply for the rapid chargers they will onley be able to use the 3 pin plug and it will cost the housholder quite a…"
18 hours ago
David Benson replied to Neil Darby's discussion Lawn 'treatment'
"ive seen them scarifying lawns that have been white over with a hard frost also saw one that went to the tap to put a bit of water in the sprayer without adding more weed killer to finish the lawn off "
18 hours ago
Stuart Bell replied to Stuart Bell's discussion Lawn treatment
"Hi Andrew
Brilliant thanks very much for the advice and recommendations. 
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20 hours ago
Glen Stillman replied to Stuart Bell's discussion Lawn treatment
"As has been mentioned, the staff at progreen are very knowledgeable and helpful, as is Jack baxter at greenbest fertilisers."
21 hours ago
Neil Darby replied to Neil Darby's discussion Lawn 'treatment'
"The client didn't know they were attending until after it was done. As you say Peter, the soil temp is far too low. They have asked me to take over the treatment regime, although I won't hold my breath as they are not a 'regular' client. I have…"
22 hours ago
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Lawn 'treatment'

Hi all, HNY to you. My first job back this week after being away in the sun for a couple of weeks was a Laurel hedge hard prune for an occasional client. The clients aren't actually living in the property atm, but when I arrived on Tuesday the first…

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Lawn treatment

Evening all. I have recently joined the Network and set up my new gardening business in July 2021. So far it's been very rewarding and I have been able to build a loyal customer base.As I head I to 2022 I wanted to ask for some advice on lawn care…

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