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Stolen mower & brushcutter in North Essex

Started by Peter in Stolen. Last reply by Andrew Michael Palmer 5 hours ago. 4 Replies

One of my customers has had a break in, had her Hayter 56 stolen ( around 2004 model, quite battered but in working order). She's also had a Tanaka combi tool (strimmer/pole chainsaw/ hedge cutter…Continue

vacuum attachment for stihl bg86?

Started by john doonan in General Thread. Last reply by David 6 hours ago. 11 Replies

hi, was contemplating getting vac attachment for my blower, my 2 main queries on it would be.........would it actually make the job any quicker and easier than just blowing leafs into a pile and…Continue

Coldest Winter For A Century? Don't Bet On It...

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Coldest Winter For A Century?? Don't Bet On It...     from : Netweather"It's that time of the year again, where newspaper headlines (particularly in the Daily Express) start screaming about a cold…Continue

Website feedback

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Christine Walkden champions tree planting this November

Posted by Landscape Juice on October 30, 2014 at 9:27 0 Comments

November is a great month to start thinking about the year ahead and is often considered as nature’s time to plant, due to moderate temperatures and rainfall.

It is the perfect time as it allows plants to root and acclimatize before the onset of summer heat or the harsher temperatures of winter.

It’s also a good time to plant trees before the ground gets too hard or frozen, making them the ideal choice for the Horticultural Trades Association’s (HTA) Plant of the Month for…


Limagrain UK Joins Forces With Troop Aid

Posted by Fusion Media on October 29, 2014 at 11:55 0 Comments

Limagrain UK, part of Group Limagrain, a plant breeder and fourth largest seed company in the world, has joined forces with Troop Aid; the UK’s only charity committed to providing injured soldiers with the essentials they need.

To commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the start of the First…


First Great British Bee Count reveals allotments make the best bee habitats

Posted by Landscape Juice on October 29, 2014 at 11:33 0 Comments

Allotments are the best habitat for bees according to the results of the first Great British Bee Count this summer.

More bees were seen on allotments than on any other habitat including parks, gardens, and the countryside during the 12-week bee count from June to August.

More than 23,000 people across the UK took part in the count using a smartphone app to log their sightings of 830,000 bees.

An average of 12 bees per count were spotted on allotments compared to… Continue

Sherriff Amenity Tackle Turf Disease with Exciting New Products

Posted by Fusion Media on October 28, 2014 at 11:56 0 Comments

Sherriff Amenity has announced that it is launching some new additions to its popular fungicide packages. The new tank-mixes have been designed to combine fungicides, nutrients and adjuvants, helping to control major turf diseases including Microdochium Patch (Fusarium patch), Dollar Spot, Anthracnose, Leaf Spot, Take-all and Fairy Ring.

Independent trials were conducted at the STRI in order to create and perfect each different fungicide package; which will be welcome news to…


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