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RIP : Bob Crow and Gary RK

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian Noble Mar 13. 17 Replies

Both seem to have passed away yesterday and the world will be a duller place without them.Continue

Jeff Howell Column

Started this discussion. Last reply by Colin Hunt Jan 24. 10 Replies

"Thank you all for alerting me to the rotten nature of your industry."Jeff Howell has been writing a column in the Sunday Telegraph for many years in which he responds to reader's questions…Continue

Tags: @askjeffhowell, jeff, ask


Started this discussion. Last reply by Phil Voice Jan 16. 1 Reply

Spelling mistakes in the title of a discussion can be corrected quite easily by the original poster, even after a long time. Go to the Discussion, go to the Options Button at the top right and select…Continue

Comfrey Root Ointment

Started Nov 27, 2013 0 Replies

Any body ever made comfrey root ointment? 3 hours double boiling in Olive oil and oil is much the same (with a touch of mushroom flavour perhaps) and the comfrey root looks the same as when it…Continue

Tags: Ointment, Healing, Root, Comfrey


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John Baker replied to mark thomas's discussion Contract van
"You cannot claim the VAT back if you are not vat registered, but you can include the total including vat (less % for personal use if applicable) as an expense and therefore reduce your taxable income. "
John Baker replied to Tom Smith's discussion Etesia Bahia V Hydro 80
"are you sure Hydro 80 is not just a generic name. I think all the Etesia 100m wide cuts are referred to as Hydro 100s, whether MVEHH, Evolution etc"
Mar 30
John Baker replied to Phil Voice's discussion An extra hour to the working day as clocks go forward
"It must be different in Northern Ireland; we gained an hour in the evening, like you, but we lost an hour in the morning, so no net benefit here. And the virgins aren't strolling the lawns yet."
Mar 30
John Baker replied to Phil Shaw's discussion New Leaflet design
""available" misspelt. "
Mar 30
John Baker replied to Gary Smith's discussion Etesia RKEB second hand
"Check blade brake electromag clutch stops within 3 seconds. And that both rear wheels drive.When you engage drive it should be barely possible to hold it back. It's a heavy beast but will cut a meadow of 4' grass/brambles etc."
Mar 28
John Baker replied to Simon Smith's discussion Raising and Improving heavy clay in preperation for lawn
"Hi Simon, are we not teaching grandma to suck eggs if we offer advice to you? Here goes anyway.1.Avoid any great amounts of compost/manure in any area you are going to turn into lawn. As you say it will continue to rot and wreck your levels as it…"
Mar 28
John Baker replied to Anthony @ JDC Maintenance's discussion Strimmer line preference, star/square shaped or just plain round?
"No expert, but is it not exposure to light that causes the degradation? I have tried various shapes, but now just stick to the round line. Has anybody got a really simple way of securing the line on a large reel so that it doesn't get…"
Mar 22
John Baker replied to Louise Boothman's discussion Beggar the budget
"Got the chalet there already and just back from my winter quarters in the Bahamas, what else to spend it on? "
Mar 21
John Baker replied to Louise Boothman's discussion Beggar the budget
"Ok, But what I do with all the other surplus cash? "
Mar 20
John Baker replied to Louise Boothman's discussion Leather Jackets - update
"I have often experienced them digging up new plants and trees, but it is to get to the bugs, worms etc that have been disturbed by our digging the soil. It seems to be especially prevalent at this time of year. Just check each morning and replant…"
Mar 20
John Baker replied to Phil Voice's discussion A good year for daisies?
"Spring, medieval farmers would say, has not arrived until a virgin could set a foot on twelve daisies. First find a virgin, then test"
Mar 20
John Baker replied to Tim Edwards 's discussion Trailer
"Looking at mine it must be at least 8" plus whatever is needed for the suspension to keep floor off the wheels, which I guess might be another 8" "
Mar 18
John Baker replied to Robbie's discussion Jury notice
"Believe you can defer once. All the nitty gritty should be on the website to which they refer you. "
Mar 17
John Baker replied to Tim Edwards 's discussion Trailer
"If you are driving/pushing stuff on and off I recommend the lower one with the wheels outside, not the higher type with wheels underneath.(which sometimes tip as well). Mine is 20 years old now. I originally got the  full width ramp which…"
Mar 17
John Baker replied to Harry's discussion Can you do my garden whilst your here?
"Once the cheque has cleared, of course! "
Mar 17
John Baker replied to Tim Edwards 's discussion Trailer
"Mine is Indespension G P trailer with 5' x 8' bed and double axle outside. ramps etc. Although I occasionally lament not having a higher, tipping one, for carrying kit and green waste I suggest you go for the lower, narrower one. If I was…"
Mar 17

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Ashfield Landscapes
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Operate in west Co Down, roughly 10 miles either side of the A1 between Newry and Belfast.
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Landscaper, Designer, Domestic Garden Maintenance, Commercial Grounds/Garden Maintenance
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