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David Cox replied to Mike Goodman's discussion Baby Safe Garden Area
"For a green space thats not hard landscaped - Bark chips - Out full of dirt, So back to basics, for something interesting you could try a Red or White Clover lawn - looks beuatiful and is harmless if eaten - Bitter but harmless. You could consider a…"
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Jennifer O'Riley replied to Lee's discussion mulch
"Does it really need to be matured? I'm a fan of the Garden Professors' blog and they have a lot of research on how beneficial "arborist mulch" is. Also debunking many of the myths e.g. that uncomposted woodchip can harbour…"
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Cormac Conway left a comment for Phil Voice
"Hi Phil, thankyou for featuring some off the pics I put on off our work at Hampton Court, much appreciated, Cormac"
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Paul McNulty replied to john doonan's discussion gardening contracts
"Hi John, I used to do a series of doctor's surgeries. They aren't VAT-paying businesses, so me being under the threshold made a big difference to them. Most of my work now is contract lettings maintenance. Again, few landlords are VAT…"
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Gary RK replied to Glenn Murphy's discussion Do you carry water on the van?
"My view is that the IBC's are caged, so they can not massively deform (ie they can be stacked etc). If the water is full to the top, the liquid behaves as a solid mass and thus can not move within the container to exert a dynamic force anymore…"
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Green Hand replied to Glenn Murphy's discussion Do you carry water on the van?
"I'm not entirely sure. I suspect it is still a dynamic load even full to the brim unless the container is ridged however the affects would be greatly reduced. I may be wrong.... We used them in Oz for plant health care so never filled them to…"
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john doonan replied to john doonan's discussion gardening contracts
"Thanks Paul that's much more like kinda info I was hoping to get from this post, think I know enough to get me by in terms of domestic customers and I wouldn't be fussed about getting them on contracts to be honest, it's not a cert…"
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Baby Safe Garden Area

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gardening contracts

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Do you carry water on the van?

Started by Glenn Murphy in Garden Maintenance. Last reply by Gary RK 32 minutes ago. 11 Replies

Mauyama hedge cutters - any experience or thoughts?

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