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Which long reach hedge trimmer/cutter?

Started by Andy Robinson in Machinery, Tools and Equipment. Last reply by Stefan P 1 hour ago. 50 Replies

Hey all.. I'm in the market for a long reach hedge cutter but I can't really spend silly amounts of money on the likes of Stihl! I need one that is fairly light but robust, powerful and extendable…Continue

Monty Don's Big Dreams - Small Spaces

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vacuum attachment for stihl bg86?

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Flytipping up 20% in England after falling for years

Posted by Landscape Juice on October 31, 2014 at 8:17 0 Comments

The number of mattresses in hedgerows, old sofas on road corners and other illegally-dumped rubbish rose by a fifth in England last year, marking the first increase in flytipping in years.

Government figures published on Thursday show that there are now more than three quarter of a million incidents in England, taking the amount of rubbish dumped on roadsides, in back alleys and on private land back above 2010 levels, in what campaigners said was a worrying increase.

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Calling all filmmakers and community activists: How do we prevent flooding?

Posted by Landscape Juice on October 31, 2014 at 7:47 0 Comments

The Landscape Institute and the Inter-Institutional Flooding Group have issued an open call for innovative and inspiring five minute films to demonstrate ideas on how to prevent flooding.

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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…

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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.

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