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Hi all, hope the last few weeks were good for you. Lots of things are happening for me and some things takes too long.

 

The internet is amazing tool for information, as you know, think about all things that happening in many arrabs countries thanks to

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An Urban Sylvan Horizon

A Plane Tree in Paris.

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Paris has a close relationship to trees far beyond the scope of understanding to similar aged cities of equivalent size and importance.

The vast woodlands surrounding the expanding Paris boundaries have expanded outwards as the c

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Billybop replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion New Chainsaw needed.
"i have the battery version of the exact same model, great pickup even on wet lawns but i have grown to dislike the mono handle on mine sadly. I had the viking cordless one before so knew the stihl would be good, although hungry on batteries. I only…"
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Ian Harvey replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion New Chainsaw needed.
"It's a petrol 448TC- cracking lightweight mower, but had 3 issues- poor running, which was due to governor setting (I was wanting dealer to check RPM, but they wouldn't even do that), buckled lower grass box (that was easy) and broken self prop pull…"
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Billybop replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion New Chainsaw needed.
"hi ian, what went wrong with it, was it a battery one, my understanding was that any official stihl dealer is duty bound to repair one of their products no matter where purchased, and that has been my experience in the past, although like yourself i…"
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Ian Harvey replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion New Chainsaw needed.
"Word of warning on that front. I bought a Stihl mower online in May. Had a few issues with it after a couple of months, needing warranty repairs. Took it to the two main Stihl dealers, who both told me that they were only looking at items purchased…"
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Harry@VWGS replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion New Chainsaw needed.
"Update, I managed to get hold of the guys at Mowwithus (the online side of WGM) and they hooked me up with a Stihl MSA200, arrived today on next day delivery and I've been using it for the last hour logging firewood , awesome bit of kit, thank you…"
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Glen Stillman replied to Ed Fox's discussion Ex-employee posting pics of my jobs on his website
"I was going to say the same, is he competition in your area?
Re the designer, all you can do is explain the situation and apologise, as long as you are keeping your word with them. "
14 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to John F's discussion Hedge Combing ?
"It looks to be a job done by hand without any rake or implement. So just a matter of manually rearranging branches and new growth into a more aesthetically pleasing and a more beneficial state for good and healthy future growth.
Of course you would…"
14 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Ed Fox's discussion Ex-employee posting pics of my jobs on his website
"Unless he's actually in your area competing against you for work, is it really worth getting worked up about?   As you say, he was working on those projects so it doesn't seem too unreasonable to use the photos.though perhaps he could add something…"
14 hours ago
John F replied to Ed Fox's discussion Ex-employee posting pics of my jobs on his website
"Business is all about integrity Ed , hence your post I dont feel you will be doing the guy any favours by not pointing him in the right direction .
Obviously its better for both parties to try and stay on good terms as it could work out to mutual…"
14 hours ago
John F replied to John F's discussion Hedge Combing ?
"Thanks Yes . I googled that also , its the only reference i could find combing vines . 
I can imagine a vine to be full of withering leaves this time of year and could be infested with  a wisteria and clematis growitng through it something like a…"
14 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to John F's discussion Hedge Combing ?
"I think you might need one of these fine tools!"
15 hours ago
John F replied to John F's discussion Hedge Combing ?
"Its a new one on me too . It sounds like some sort of tiered conifer thats infested with debris and dead needles but its quite a specific request . 
I might be able to get to see it next week . "
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Hedge Combing ?

Is there such a technique as '' hedge combing '' not cutting !I have had a request to comb a hedge which surrounds  garden . I have not seen the hedge but its described as evergreen and long but they dont know for sure .  never had to comb a hedge…

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