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LJN Practical Pesticides roadshow planned February 2015

Started by Phil Voice in Pesticides and Fertilisers. Last reply by David Cox 3 hours ago. 35 Replies

Early next year we are planning a series of roadshows - Practical Pesticides - which will take place in four locations in England & Scotland.These roadshows will be informal but packed with…Continue

Small clearance

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Toro 53cm Commercial High Vac mower

Started by Gary RK in Machinery, Tools and Equipment. Last reply by Ben Marshall 5 hours ago. 25 Replies

We picked up one of the Toro 22186 Commercial 53cm High Vac mowers yesterday.Fitted with a GSV 190 Honda engine, 3 point discharge (rear, side or mulch), lightweight but sturdy Ali deck we are so far…Continue

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Website Changes and Simple Improvements.

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‘Make young unemployed pull up ragwort for benefits,’ says Lord Tebbit

Posted by Landscape Juice on October 22, 2014 at 15:33 2 Comments

The former Conservative cabinet minister Lord Tebbit has said young unemployed people should be required to pull up ragwort from roadside verges in return for benefits.

The 83-year-old Tory grandee made the proposal in a letter to Matt Shardlow, chief executive of a charity called Buglife, which is concerned about the effect of declining ragwort on bees and rare insects.

In his reply to the charity, Tebbit said ragwort was a major problem in his part of East Anglia and proposed…

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New SALTEX Is The Way Forward

Posted by Fusion Media on October 22, 2014 at 9:20 0 Comments

Following the recent announcement that SALTEX will be moving to the NEC in Birmingham, visitors from around the UK say that the new indoor element and new time of year are key reasons behind their decisions to attend the exhibition in 2015.

With the threat rain putting a damper to many outdoor exhibitions and attractions, resulting in double digit percentage declines (The Guardian 2014), indoor venues have thrived. In fact many exhibitions representing the same interests as SALTEX are…

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'Food prices could rise' in EU pesticide ban

Posted by Landscape Juice on October 21, 2014 at 8:35 0 Comments

Fruit and vegetables could be put at risk by an upcoming EU ban on certain pesticides, according to new research.

The National Farmers Union, which partly funded the report, said bans would affect farmers' profits and drive up food prices.

BBC: 'Food prices could rise' in EU pesticide ban

And the full report is available on the NFU website, see:…

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Etesia mower for sale

Posted by Mr Bradley Goodman on October 20, 2014 at 20:19 1 Comment

i bought an etesia hydro 100 mower earlier this year. It's an excellent mower in the wet an fits in the back of my long wheel base transit. Etesias are known to be one of the best brands on the market for mowers.
The mower isn't practical for my needs because we now do a few gardens a day instead of one and don't need it, I only bought it in March.

I will post photos soon,
We are based in Essex,

I paid £3500 for it so would be looking for somewhere around that.

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