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First time on this hedge and it was a pig, up and down like a camels back, piles of trimmimgs on top and under the hedge, and large bald patches where is was cut back to hard.

Looked 10 x better when finished but still going to take a few years to get it back in check.

DERAIL but any ideas what it could be fed to perk it up and I dont mean cream cakes ect lol

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I'd feed to a chipper Pat, then replant!

 

 

 

Sent with my iPhone from me, to you!

 

And wait 10 years for the phone call asking me to trim it! Nah id rather nurse it back and keep earning in the process :thumbup:

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Recon I have found the perfect combo

Easylift, henchman playform and radio earphones:)

90 metres of hawthorne cut both sides and top in 7 hours and then knocked another job out on the way home.

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Recon I have found the perfect combo

Easylift, henchman playform and radio earphones:)

90 metres of hawthorne cut both sides and top in 7 hours and then knocked another job out on the way home.

 

Were you at there then Pat ??

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Recon I have found the perfect combo

Easylift, henchman playform and radio earphones:)

90 metres of hawthorne cut both sides and top in 7 hours and then knocked another job out on the way home.

 

Brilliant :thumbup1:

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Recon I have found the perfect combo

Easylift, henchman playform and radio earphones:)

90 metres of hawthorne cut both sides and top in 7 hours and then knocked another job out on the way home.

 

Ive just done a near identical hedge to that height and width (laurel) , I stood on the back of my pickup, Got a large conny coming up 15-20ft high, 50ft long, god only knows high wide, im looking at a easylift as im getting old...er. Recommend it?

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Not sure what you mean Stubbs

 

Sorry for the " frontier gibberish " there Pat. What was your location when cutting that long hedge ?

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