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David Lawrence 88

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  1. Sprayed mine with contact insecticide which was emulsion of raprseed oil worked ok couple of times over to get any I missed
  2. Hi all I hope to build a cabin on a existing concrete plinth thought i would build a brick fireplace to use for outdoor cooking to start with do I need special furnace type bricks? guessing I would need to make a new concrete hearth would that need to be a special mix or perhaps a layer of the bricks ? i have only ever built a pole barn so all will be new amy tips welcome david
  3. I mix mine with logs about 50 / 50 if I put in just branch logs sometimes end up with a lot of charchoal if I was burning just branch logs could probably fiddle on with air supply 40 kw vigas boiler use mine as kindlers with a firefighter cheer up the woodburner in boiler never really tried to sell any too messy for the average household ? sold a few bags at £6.00 depending on what trees you are logging quite a bit of hand trimming required
  4. Hi i spotted two defender badged vehicles yesterday ? are they for sale now or were they press ones ? Quite cute if you like giant Tonka toys
  5. Just started reading Thomas hardy. The woodlanders coincidence 18 pence for 1,000 spars In the old days
  6. I am clearing an overgrown garden which has two unhappy overgrown apple trees they have a lot of dead branches would it be ok to cut the dead wood back to live wood now when it’s easy to spot ? or best to leave it all until winter ? when I would also start to prune them gradually over a two or three winters any tips appreciated thanks

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