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The Scything Handbook - Book Review

I’ve recently been studying differently agricultural methods and a no-till approach where crops/vegetation are harvested or cut back but the remainder of the plant is left to decompose back into the ground was one method that I was particularly struck by – so much so, that I’ve actually done this using a sickle (a shorter one-handed version of a scythe) in our vegetable beds to over-winter. 569 more words


Ten Photo Tuesday

I’m knacked.  The rain has stopped – for now and the ground, while still a tad squishy underfoot in some places is for the most part dry.   274 more words

Sarah The Gardener

The lawn and the cop

Sometimes they walk in pairs, sometimes they travel alone, and sometimes they just drive around the neighborhood, these Samurai we call policemen, cops. When we don’t need them, we often fear them. 655 more words

Life In The USA

Suggestions for a Good Way to Get a Gorgeous Garden

There are usually few better points rather than a freshly cut lawn – the smell of cut lawn, the stunning green of a designed landscape. It truly is sufficient to cause you to want to take the footwear off and run without running shoes across the yard. 255 more words


Suggestions for an Easy Way to Possess a Stunning Backyard

Generally there are few far better things than a newly cut garden – the fragrance of freshly cut turf, the stunning green regarding a cultivated yard. 266 more words


Week 38 - Robin

Egrets love to follow the tractors mowing along the road. There must be a lot of tasty bugs for them to eat.

Samsung NX300 and 45mm lens. 7 more words


See us at SALTEX

Building on the success of last year’s show, Multihog UK Ltd are set to use the UK’s largest grounds maintenance event of the year to launch their smallest and latest model of compact, road legal and articulated multi-purpose tractor units.

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