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Steve Bullman

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  1. Steve Bullman


    Thats a handy feature. I would constantly forget to check my oil
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    Going for a play with this next month. I'll let you know what its like.
  3. Pretty poor advice. Kretcsh is in the root system, how solid the trunk is would have no correlation with what’s going on under the ground unfortunately. Is there any dieback in the crowns?
  4. This I’m looking forward to. Hopefully it’s done well and not a disappointment
  5. Showcasing the Landscaping industry more than ever before, The LANDSCAPE Show 2022 looks to bring more exhibitors, more visitors and more features than ever before to Hall 3 at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on the 28th and 29th September. This year LANDSCAPE introduces brand new features, including a Student Showcase by London College of Garden Design, and an additional program of ‘How to’ Seminars alongside their already outstanding program of 40 CPD accredited sessions for anyone in the industry to learn, grow, be inspired and expand their skills. Back again is the highly popular Pecha Kucha 20x20, Meet the Designer, Best In Show Competition and Women in the Industry event, this year to run in conjunction with #Yes She Can. This year the highly anticipated design competition, will be supported by the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust and Birmingham and Black Country Wildlife Trust. The LANDSCAPE Show 2022 is the chance of the year to network with top industry professionals and keep up to date with the latest news and innovations at the largest event the industry has ever seen! Visit the LANDSCAPE website at www.landscapeshow.co.uk to register for FREE entry to the most valuable event for the world of landscaping. Make sure to follow LANDSCAPE on social media to see the latest exhibition updates and be the first to hear about even more reasons why LANDSCAPE 2022 is the show you do not want to miss. See you in September!
  6. Everyone needs at least one guilty pleasure
  7. Keep the thread on track please Mark, this is about tree work
  8. You certainly don't want to pollard them. If a reduction is the only choice then you should avoid going over 25% Be good to see the entire row. Selective removal and thinning of the rest might well be the better option.
  9. You're right there. Full chisel does cut quicker. I only used semi on big saws as they need sharpening less then.
  10. I think there’s something else going on here. You shouldn’t be changing chains every hour unless you are being a bit clumsy with the saw and hitting the ground often. i wouldn’t have said Scots pine was particularly tough to cut and oregon chain is certainly up to the task.
  11. Also playing devils advocate, do you advertise your business online yourself?
  12. Half of my problem with keeping knives sharp is the marble cutting board but it’s one of my favourite things in the kitchen


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