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What's the filler Bob, type 1?

Looks really smart.

 

 

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Granite chip Mark, the whole lot has to come out when we are finished in there. Need to find a second home for it .

 

Bob

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As John say`s root protection zone. Its rather expensive by the time you fill them with stone but its rated for heavy plant and trucks. I will be in the office monday and see what it runs out at.

 

Bob

 

Thanks Bob and John (you can tell I'm not an arborist!)

 

I may start a parallel thread in the near future as we are wanting to put an access track in to a new shed which will involve crossing the roots of a shelter belt we have around our garden, and I would prefer to protect the trees as much as possible.

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At the end of the track is the site of JB`s new SM fetish dungeon :001_smile:

 

Surveyors came out in the week to mark this lot out with some fancy laser/gps driven gizmo. Our lads dug out the footings and poured 100 tons of concrete.

 

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