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MrNick

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About MrNick

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  • Birthday 28/10/1964

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    North Yorkshire
  • Interests
    Cycling
  • Occupation
    Gfw spray operator

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  1. MrNick

    Dying Alder

    Phytopthera root rot maybe (the alders)
  2. A windrow of mowings could be baled and taken away or stacked and left to decompose (after removing band or net wrap)
  3. Are the wildflowers growing naturally from a dormant seed bank ? Or are you helping by sowing seed yourself. They do look fantastic!
  4. HUSQVARNA 535FBx back pack flexible shaft looks the business, but don't know if its available in the uk though
  5. Pm Reg Coates i'm sure he'll know🙄
  6. Holdertractors.com/sales-service/spare-parts/spare-parts-lists-older-models/ Don't know if what you want is in there ! I'm sure Lamberhurst Engineering had some association with holder, try them.
  7. Erik your pictures and vids are always interesting, your work is in a different league. What are the circumstances of this series of photos (looks like it it was quite tragic) thanks
  8. Thorpe Trees Thorpe Underwood Ouseburn York YO26 9TA
  9. yes middle one willow i just quickly looked at the bark,should have looked twice
  10. It doesn't evaporate from my cans, last summer they inflated and looked like pumpkins🎃!
  11. How about setting up the spare battery as a leisure/second one allowing it to be charged when your vehicle is running. Draining it shouldn't affect the main vehicle battery so still allow you to get home.
  12. D009 is the husqvarna bar mount pattern, Stihl bar studs are bigger than husky so i don't think a husky bar will fit a stihl,

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