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olderthandirt
02-07-2006, 11:54 AM
We have a member that I trust his knowledge but this is all he'll tell me
Heres part of c&p of what he sent me

I want to know About his time saving, bottom
line-adding method of trimming hedges and bushes that you have?
I'm not sharing right now :p
the method does not require special tools or equipment. I even have pictures but I don't want to share at this time. If word gets out it will cut into my bottom line to much.
He won't share !! WTF - Members let your voice be heard.

6'7 330 knows

Rhett
02-07-2006, 12:17 PM
Bill come to Florida, I have lots of hedges that you can show me on. Wish I could figure out a way to spend less time on hedges other than subbing them out.

GreenMonster
02-07-2006, 12:18 PM
Take those industrial fans you use for leaf clean-up, and mount them to a backhoe.

Voila! Privet hedges and dense yews get fresh flat-top in seconds!

DLS1
02-07-2006, 01:06 PM
We have a member that I trust his knowledge but this is all he'll tell me
Heres part of c&p of what he sent me

I want to know About his time saving, bottom
line-adding method of trimming hedges and bushes that you have?
I'm not sharing right now :p
the method does not require special tools or equipment. I even have pictures but I don't want to share at this time. If word gets out it will cut into my bottom line to much.
He won't share !! WTF - Members let your voice be heard.

6'7 330 knows

You, 330 and Bobby starting a troll thread. Mowing season is almost here.
Oh wait Bobby starts them all year long. :laugh: :laugh:

JimLewis
02-07-2006, 02:29 PM
I don't really follow...

You're asking us to post something about hedge trimming methods that are time savers but don't require special tools???? :confused: :dizzy:

lawnboy dan
02-07-2006, 04:09 PM
the only real time saving tip i can offer is use snapper hi vac to pick up or mulch away the clippings. other than that -there is no short cut to trimming hedges and bushes. here in fla we do a lot of it! an articulated extended trimmer can save time by not needing a ladder sometimes. for very small shrubs-use a short bar hedge trimmer . usually only 20 in

Duck Dodger
02-07-2006, 04:11 PM
You can use a pgr.

ed2hess
02-07-2006, 04:31 PM
Use the growth chemical once a year and you are done with it!!

JimLewis
02-07-2006, 04:40 PM
Ed,

That's a nice website you got there!

Sorry, this is off-topic. But one thing you might look into changing on your website is the size of the thumbnails in the pictures area of your website. They are so small that you can't tell at all what the picture is of until you click on it. A good thumbnail should be at least large enough to let the viewer know what they are looking at before they click on it. That's the whole point of thumbnails.

Anyway, great website. Very nice!

6'7 330
02-07-2006, 04:49 PM
We have a member that I trust his knowledge but this is all he'll tell me
Heres part of c&p of what he sent me

I want to know About his time saving, bottom
line-adding method of trimming hedges and bushes that you have?
I'm not sharing right now :p
the method does not require special tools or equipment. I even have pictures but I don't want to share at this time. If word gets out it will cut into my bottom line to much.
He won't share !! WTF - Members let your voice be heard.

6'7 330 knows

payup payup payup payup





Take those industrial fans you use for leaf clean-up,



That bit of genius came from the mind of another member, but as always,the genius and visionary is ridiculed