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lawn brown ead and dying patches...

Posted: 15/08/2012 at 10:35

I would wait till Green Thumb turn up-they will have a solution and if is is down to them I am sure they will accept responsibility-I think it unlikely they were relying on rain as they would have said about watering it in?-there may have been as fault with the formulation perhaps?

All guess work at the moment.

lawn brown ead and dying patches...

Posted: 15/08/2012 at 10:23

It does look like chemical damage- the reason why I ask about the mower is- is there petrol leaking out?

Stains On New Patio

Posted: 15/08/2012 at 09:59
Moemye wrote (see)

The patio is made up of slabs (concrete I think) there was no mention on the aftercut packaging of this occuring.


The point Dove is making is to contact "aftercut" too see if they can offer some advice or a solution- they are not going to put on the packet "this may stain concrete" are they?

lawn brown ead and dying patches...

Posted: 15/08/2012 at 09:38

mmm-at first glance if had been patches I would have said dog trouble-has any weedkiller or any spray been used by you or a neighbouring property-it does look like scorching-I don't know of any disease that can do that damage that quickly-I wonder what Dovefromabove thinks?

That strip around the flowerbed looks like a mowing strip-is this a petrol mower or electric mower you use?

Fork Handles

Posted: 15/08/2012 at 09:29

Good morning all on this happy day-ta for all the nice wishes-have had me weetabix and am ready for play

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xxxxx

 

Fork Handles

Posted: 14/08/2012 at 22:04

Glyn-my sister lives in Oswestry-have passed the Percy Thrower Garden Centre- if it is still there- haven't been for quite a few years-you can have a half-point for trying

The GW presenter debate always gets a bit spikey

Brains faggots-mmm

Fork Handles

Posted: 14/08/2012 at 20:49

Have just sprayed fly killer upstairs -heard a lot of coughing and spluttering-I hope that has got the little biters-I do not want any more blemishes

Fork Handles

Posted: 14/08/2012 at 20:35

Is nursery a free option or do you have to pay?

Are there still play groups? -we had to find an alternative one for our eldest -he wanted to play all the time- not have a quiet period

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