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Bramleyboy
i have dreadful problems with badger damage. They dig holes all over the lawn and i just cannot stop them. Most holes are about the size of a tennis ball but some are the size of a loaf of bread! Has...
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BJS
I want to remove an climbing ivy what WEEDKILLER BRAND will kill this off at the root. Thanks for any help
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alanogden
Two people have told me not to use last season's petrol in the mower. I can understand this with 2-stroke mixture but not a petrol engine surely?
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ilovebrie
Can anyone suggest how I can deal with this, or do I have to call a windows company? I am not really up to speed on DIY, but I am willing to try to save myself a callout fee, and probably a long wait....
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guitpic
How do I find the cost of an air to air heat pump powered by PV Cells to heat a large hall? To include: Photovoltaic cells (DCv) flat roof mounted or fan(flower) type that tracks sun. Battery Inverter...
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Togo
On the garden for the summer. We have deployed the mini greenhouse/ cold frame, after digging it out and re-assembling it. Checked all the Dahlia tubers and Begonia corms and potted a couple of dozen...
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gness
Don't recall it mentioned here but has anyone had experience of, or seen used domestically, artificial panels of leaves to cover a fence? Gx...
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allen
My partner has located and bought some 40x40cm rubber tiles (about 25mm thick) from the Netherlands. They seem brilliant, being so much easier to lay, relay, bed, and so on, than comparable concrete...
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Groupie
Hello Last year I planted oxygenating pond plants to trays in the pond and they flourished covering half of the pond, Could I now trim these back with a scissors for these to sprout new growth again...
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rosyposy
Has anyone used a 'My key machine' kiosk please and are they any good? Timsons seem quite expensive, I need one Yale and one mortice, they quoted £14, key machine say any three keys for £10, they...
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emmie
the loo. I did buy some and will see how well it cleans. I couldn't find Spirits of salt in two shops, so have to make do with the harpic....
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Chipchopper
Had trouble with my John Dere petrol lawn mower this morning. It starts after priming but won't keep running and emits a cloud of white smoke then stops. I've checked the spark plug, which looked wet,...
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ladyalex
Hi Someone has taken to throwing their cigar butts into our garden . We collected about half a dozen of them last week and I've just picked another one up today. Any ideas as to how we can deter this...
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RandyNeics
My greetings!. By the way, I have seen some material about it. It says, that content delivery network is much better than usual web-hosting. I want to know the opinion of professionals, is that right?...
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tamirra
Hi, does anyone know where I can purchase crushed velvet 2 seater boxed sofa crushed velvet stretch covers, the sofa I have has fixed seats not removable, I've looked online, so can be online or shop,...
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rosyposy
Does anyone know an easier way apart from Brasso and elbow grease? Would Brillo pads be better, it is going to take forever at the rate I am going so grateful for any suggestions, the easier the...
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tombetty72
Hi Guys, can anybody recommend a good Lawn scarifer, for 30ftx40th Lawn.cheers.
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khaleesi
Hey, is there any way i can have some pretty flowers fully bloomed in my front garden in the next couple of weeks? I'm guessing that the only option is to buy fully grown flowers, as seeds will take...
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khaleesi
Hey, i have three areas of grass the size of dinner plates that have been burnt by my ***'s urine. Does any one have any good tips to restore them? I've done a little googleing and the best option...
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allen
My missus wants to build some 'special' size raised beds. She is after metre length planks, about 175/185mm wide, about 30mm thick, or similar. Any ideas as to where she might find them? Ta...

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