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Old 02-01-2014, 04:42 PM
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A small landscape job. The plants got big and owner of little shopping center thought it was keeping one building from renting. Over the years he b kept wanting to cut back on water. Grass about gone

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I was supposed to remove the stumps on crepes but didn't have enough time to dig em out. I can usually get em out in one hour.

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Really like using dump trailer for tree limbs etc. Now we can be out of recycle place in 5 minutes. No waiting I for pull and saves $25.

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Old 02-01-2014, 04:47 PM
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What are y'all doing to the base of that oak
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Old 02-01-2014, 05:18 PM
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Old 02-01-2014, 08:44 PM
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Raking up the moss they cut out.....about 60 gallons. We trimmed the tree. We had cones out on street because some dropped close to traffic. Two guys on ground made sure no cars coming.
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Nice start for the year if I post photos of any lawns here it would be all white
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Winter Flower beds

The big companies but in these nice beds in October and make mine look whimpy. But now here we are 4 months later.

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At this one HOA I got 18 beds. I work the beds all winter. Liquid fertilize, bug stuff and close monitoring of water.
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Old 02-04-2014, 03:29 PM
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Great work. The areas you work in so much look like here in Fresno, CA.
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What is your water situation? Our lakes didn't go up an inch over winter so we will likely go fron once a week toooo....who knows.
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A small landscape job. The plants got big and owner of little shopping center thought it was keeping one building from renting. Over the years he b kept wanting to cut back on water. Grass about gone

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I was supposed to remove the stumps on crepes but didn't have enough time to dig em out. I can usually get em out in one hour.

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Really like using dump trailer for tree limbs etc. Now we can be out of recycle place in 5 minutes. No waiting I for pull and saves $25.

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I really like that. What is the name of the plants that were put in?
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