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Re: Compact Tractor

Post #11 by Tillywolves » Mon Feb 27, 2017 11:32 pm

"They" seem to be the HSE. Looks like I'll get a contractor in to give it a spray, much easier than paying for all the training, getting a permit, and buying a knapsack sprayer.

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Re: Compact Tractor

Post #12 by RichardJW~ » Mon Feb 27, 2017 11:48 pm

Tillywolves wrote:"They" seem to be the HSE. Looks like I'll get a contractor in to give it a spray, much easier than paying for all the training, getting a permit, and buying a knapsack sprayer.


Its around about 150 notes for the PA1 Foundation Course and 250 quid for the PA6 test for knapsack sprayers.


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Re: Compact Tractor

Post #13 by essexpete » Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:34 am

What about semi crush with tyres or roll, knapsack with a glyphosate and a drop of cherry? :oops: Not a large area.


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Re: Compact Tractor

Post #14 by essexpete » Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:36 am

RichardJW~ wrote:
Tillywolves wrote:"They" seem to be the HSE. Looks like I'll get a contractor in to give it a spray, much easier than paying for all the training, getting a permit, and buying a knapsack sprayer.


Its around about 150 notes for the PA1 Foundation Course and 250 quid for the PA6 test for knapsack sprayers.


More ££ for the boys.

Good job you can see the hose over the shoulder BTW or we would have assumed some kind of Devonian competition.

:D

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Re: Compact Tractor

Post #15 by RichardJW~ » Wed Mar 01, 2017 9:07 pm

essexpete wrote:
RichardJW~ wrote:
Tillywolves wrote:"They" seem to be the HSE. Looks like I'll get a contractor in to give it a spray, much easier than paying for all the training, getting a permit, and buying a knapsack sprayer.


Its around about 150 notes for the PA1 Foundation Course and 250 quid for the PA6 test for knapsack sprayers.


More ££ for the boys.

Good job you can see the hose over the shoulder BTW or we would have assumed some kind of Devonian competition.

:D


Indeed :lol: been on the cider at dinner-time.


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