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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…
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Fusion Media posted a blog post
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Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"Ahh yes understood 
maybe fork the compacted areas before levelling ?"
16 hours ago
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 🤦‍♂️🙈"
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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 "
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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"
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Adam Woods replied to Peter sellers's discussion Bargain secateurs
"If I counted the number of Felco 7s we have lost I would cry. Mind you some, including my current pair, have been found the following Spring. give them a good clean, sharpen and oil - and they are as good as new!"
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John F replied to Peter sellers's discussion Bargain secateurs
"😂 usual place in the compost bin .
Lost my darlacs once in thei long grass for months until customer found them and she presented them back all restored , oiled ,blade sharpened ,like new .
I was moved by her kindness  she could have just binned…"
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Oliver clarkson replied to Peter sellers's discussion Bargain secateurs
"My guy was using an old pair of felcos for months didn't loose them, brought him a pair of stihl ones at roughly £20, guess what dumped them in clients compost heap on day 1, day 2 he couldn't figure out where they were, I had to figure it out for…"
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Peter sellers replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"Yes the trick is too push the heave into the hollow rather than tamping the raised area down as this still leaves the depression. The back of a soil rake used in a pushing motion seems to work best for us."
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Graham Taylor replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"Thats a right mess.   I've done much smaller areas doing as you say .............. ground was a bit hard though so I used a spade to push the high bits at the rut sides into the  hollows rather than tamping it all down. . "
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Peter sellers replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
"Stephen   we also suffer with this type of damage on our sites on a regular basis.  We've found the best way is to push the raised outer edges of the damage into the depression,  this will fill the majority of the depression and as the ground is…"
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Stephen r Brook-Smith replied to Stephen r Brook-Smith's discussion Any ideas
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Stephen r Brook-Smith posted a discussion
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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John F replied to Peter sellers's discussion Bargain secateurs
"Bought a pair of these secateurs  
I like the fact they fit comfortably in a trouser pocket and hardly know they are there , saves putting on a tool belt to carry my trusty darlac secateurs which are too big ,heavy and sharp to put in a pocket  .…"
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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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