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  2. Yes. There is potential for regrowth from the roots as essentially you will be left with root cuttings.
  3. If its sandy soil with few stones 1 to 2 hours 1 - 2 hours If there are large stones/boulders then it will take much longer. If the root system is very dense it will also take much longer. Very difficult to answer such a question as there are so many variables. Only way to get a good idea is to dig a test pit.
  4. If you want to send me the pdf. file with details of what you want changed I will do it for you.
  5. I have a Petzl helmet with Peltor muffs and find that the muffs don't seal well (probably due to my oversized neep). Has anyone else had this? Can you suggest a more suitable st of defenders for the helmet?
  6. Eucalyptus possibly. Hard to tell with such poor pictures.
  7. Here is the link to the Jeremy Vine programme: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00017z6
  8. I have never seen it in the flesh David. Great looking fungi. Maybe one day.....
  9. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/11/22/police-hunt-thief-stole-rare-mushroom-said-alleviate-symptoms/
  10. More likely to get it from a boatyard although some car part factors may have it. Note that you will need gel coat and the appropriate orange pigment for your repair. You will also need acetone to get it nice and clean. It needs to be applied in a well ventilated area. There are likely to be lots of videos on gel coat repairs on Youtube that will steer you in the right direction.

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