Lee Evans, Head Groundsman at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff has a long working relationship with Complete Weed Control (South Wales) stretching back almost ten years. He now employs the UK’s leading sports and amenity weed control contractor for all ‘spraying applications’ on the pitch as well as the surroundings of the stadium.…Continue
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The £4 million WRU National Centre of Excellence, which provides training facilities for the Welsh rugby team, Cardiff Blues, Cardiff City FC and the Welsh FA at the Vale Resort near Cardiff, South Wales has selected Complete Weed Control (South Wales) for its selective weed control maintenance programme ensuring the resort and two golf courses are always in pristine condition.
The state-of-the-art resort provides the best available pitches and training facilities on both natural and…Continue
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Specialist weed control contractor Complete Weed Control has brought its technical expertise into play to ensure that the Celtic Manor Resort in South Wales is always in pristine condition - and continues to flourish with a long-term maintenance programme.
Director of Golf Courses & Estate Management James McKenzie MBE is convinced the fantastic-looking resort is in no small way due to the high standard of work and service provided by Complete Weed Control (South Wales).…Continue
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Many people experience the frustration of having their lawn invaded by weeds, there may be just one dandelion to start with, but let it flower and seed and there will soon be a hundred!
So what can be done about this?
Firstly do NOT make the mistake that many people do and think 'I'll dribble some Roundup on that....' - works a treat at killing the weed but also kills the grass meaning you end up with lots of…Continue
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Restore a paved area to its former glory by using Seal & Stop, solvent free paving sealer, from Drivewayfix.
One of Drivewayfix’s best selling lines, Seal & Stop has two uses - first and foremost, its primary use is as a paving sealer. Applied using a watering can and fine rose, Seal & Stop binds sand particles together sealing the surface of the paving, therefore preventing jointing sand from being washed away.
What’s more, Seal & Stop prevents future…Continue
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If you are reading this blog post, you may be asking yourself some or all of the following questions:
WHY should I scarify my lawn?
Lawns benefit from regular scarifying in order to remove and control the build up of moss and 'thatch'. 'Thatch' is the build up of dead grass, partly rotted leaves and debris that builds up in a lawn over time.
Both moss and thatch restrict…Continue
Added by Adam Pilgrim on February 26, 2012 at 22:30 — No Comments
On the very day that official drought was declared in Lincolnshire, the heavens finally opened - indeed there was half an inch of hailstones in parts of Spalding and Pinchbeck.
Everyone's lawn badly needed this water, and indeed at the time of writing (Sunday 12th June), it has been persistently drizzling for the last 5 hours. Most, if not all lawns were showing signs of stress, with patchy, uneven growth, die back and yellow patches, weeds and other unsightly…Continue
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British Traditional Molecatchers Register
The BTMR is pleased to welcome our 400th member - Roy Wood.…Continue
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BRITISH TRADITIONAL MOLECATCHERS REGISTER.
"We don't make a Mountain out of a Molehill"
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THE BRITISH TRADITIONAL MOLECATCHERS REGISTER ( www.britishmolecatchers.co.uk ) is proud to announce their "Molecatcher of the Year Award 2010".....
We are the National Register for Traditional Molecatchers and our website is the best…Continue
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