Category: Guides

Make the most of your strimmer

Of all the tools in your arsenal your Brushcutter or Strimmer is among the most useful and frequently used, especially in this weather. With all the rain and then the occasional summer sun, your...

The Importance of First Aid Kits

Depending on your job, hobbies, or lifestyle you've probably used a First Aid kit once or twice. The items in these kits can be vital to when people get injured. Even the most basic...

Shortcuts to tackling weeds

It's now May and that means the flowers are blooming, lawns are growing luscious and the temperature is slowly climbing. But it also means that weeds might be starting to take hold of your garden. Letting...

Celox™ Haemostatic Agents

Celox™ blood clotting granules are actually very high surface area flakes. When they come in contact with blood, Celox™ swells, gels, and sticks together to make a gel like clot, without generating any heat. Celox™...

Staying safe as a Tree Professional

The work of a tree professional is one of the jobs that training is hugely important to ensure everyone involved is safe. The risks and potential for severe injury match few other professions. When...

Health and Safety Tips for Arborists

In the great outdoors things, can get pretty dangerous, whether it’s bad weather, hazardous environments or dangerous equipment, working outdoors is much more likely to put your life on the line than most indoor...

Are your trees ready for winter?

With the leaves now coming off most of the trees, you may be able to inspect your trees for structural damage that may not have been visible during the summer and early autumn. Under...

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