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The Landscape Group has again added to its impressive collection of Etesia pedestrian mowers by recently purchasing a range of PRO 46 PBE push and PBTS self-propelled models. The mowers, which are specifically designed for commercial use, are…

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The £4 million WRU National Centre of Excellence, which provides training facilities for the Welsh rugby team, Cardiff Blues, Cardiff City FC and the Welsh FA at the Vale Resort near Cardiff, South Wales has selected Complete Weed Control (South…

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Graham Taylor replied to Allan Steele's discussion Alternative chain for Stihl MSA 200 C and HT-Km pole pruner
"They did do a 1.1 but as I said, the "cutters" are too wide and foul part of the saw.
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1 hour ago
Jon Davidson replied to Oliver clarkson's discussion Van seat covers
"I got some from https://www.ukcustomcovers.com on their eBay shop for my bench seat set up van and they are still ok 2.5 years later if not a little grubby and dusty. Fit well for all the bits around the seats and folding areas"
1 hour ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Allan Steele's discussion Alternative chain for Stihl MSA 200 C and HT-Km pole pruner
"No clue I’m afraid - I purchased whatever was listed on their website for my ground saws and they fit. 
Our pole pruners stay sharper for much longer than the ground saws (ms280 and ms360) as they aren’t used anywhere near the ground and are always…"
1 hour ago
Adam jenkins is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
2 hours ago
Allan Steele replied to Allan Steele's discussion Alternative chain for Stihl MSA 200 C and HT-Km pole pruner
"will do"
3 hours ago
Allan Steele replied to Allan Steele's discussion Alternative chain for Stihl MSA 200 C and HT-Km pole pruner
"Hi Nick are the chains you use 1.1mm"
3 hours ago
Allan Steele replied to Allan Steele's discussion Alternative chain for Stihl MSA 200 C and HT-Km pole pruner
"hi dave i am waiting for rotatech to confirm they do a 1.1mm chain as they seem to do 1.3mm
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3 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Ben Mallow's discussion Scarify before spray?
"I'd weedkill first... once the weeds are dying off nicely, then scarify.  If you scarify first, you may well not have any decent leafgrowth on the weeds for the selective to work."
4 hours ago
Duncan McLaren replied to Edward baker's discussion What to wear while spraying
"Well there's a question I'm not too sure about and you wouldn't want to wear a knapsack sprayer with them.
But one thing I'm sure of is that when it's a warm clammy day and you've got 16 back courts to spray I wouldn't fancy changing disposable cove…"
5 hours ago
Andrew Watts replied to Ben Mallow's discussion Scarify before spray?
"Ideally you'll want to do no weed control 2 months pre and 2 months post scarification/seeding. So doing weed control now would mean Scarify end october, so should be ok, but won't recover as much by Xmas if you scarify say mid sept. We don't tend t…"
5 hours ago
Ben Mallow posted a discussion
I'm going to be applying a selectivie - most likely Mogul - to a clients lawn soon, as well as scarifying, before reseeding (once interval between spray and seeding is up). Should I apply the selective before scarifying or after?
6 hours ago
Oliver clarkson posted a discussion
Hi what seat covers are you using in your vans?i brought some Xtreme auto ones from Amazon but they have only lasted a couple of months.thanks
11 hours ago
Duncan McLaren replied to Edward baker's discussion What to wear while spraying
"Bib 'n' brace oilskins can be useful in warmer weather if using a hand-sprayer. They give plenty of ventilation and can be used indefinitely if washed down after use."
11 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Allan Steele's discussion Alternative chain for Stihl MSA 200 C and HT-Km pole pruner
"I did investigate this some time ago............ thought I'd found a suitable one from Rotatech but the "teeth" were too wide and had to return them.  Nothing else seems suitable.  Search around and you can pick up the genuine Stihl ones for under £…"
23 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Allan Steele's discussion Alternative chain for Stihl MSA 200 C and HT-Km pole pruner
"I can't comment on the pole saw but we use the Rotatech chains on our other Stihl chainsaws and in our opinion they seem to stay much sharper for much longer than the Stihl equivalents - and they are much cheaper too!"
yesterday
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Edward baker's discussion What to wear while spraying
"Along with wellies and correct nitrile gloves we would also recommend a green or blue suit for the reasons Gary's mentioned above!
For our spraying register we use the built in version Jobber offers which is dead easy to use too!"
yesterday
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