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Hydraulic wood splitter

The hydraulic log splitter The hydraulic log splitter provides a great cutting power, or better, splitting: the most powerful models are capable of breaking logs of 90 cm in diameter. Versatile means that can be used by the neophyte who wants to give up the effort of using an ax to chop wood, but also by the professional who has made a profession out of splitting wood.
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Chorisia speciosa

When and how much to irrigate Shrubs and trees belonging to the species called Chorisia speciosa originate from South America. This type of plant does not require special attention with regard to irrigation. In fact, only young plants need constant watering, to promote development and growth.
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Shredders

In the section dedicated to shredders we talk about really useful tools for the reuse and disposal of green residues. The shredders, in fact, grind and mince branches, leaves, grass and all the remains of pruning that we constantly throw on the ground after having carried out our gardening activities.
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Garden

When roses are pruned

What is the best time to prune roses? The first doubt you have about having to prune a plant is when to prune. In Roses the ideal period is that which goes from 15-20 January to 15-20 March, or in the 2-3 weeks prior to the resumption of the vegetation of the roses. From this period, however, excluding climbing type roses and all those roses that bloom on the branches of previous years, in these cases it is better to prune immediately after flowering.
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Garden

Variety of hedges

Question: Variety of hedge Good morning, I would like to plant an evergreen hedge that does not become too intrusive, it would be enough for it to reach a height of 1.5 meters. They told me about a kind of Lauro (it seems to me skin ... something) but I can't find it in the nursery. What would you recommend ? Expert Advice Cycasana Specific Manure for Cycas Price
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Air currents

On this page we will talk about: Air currents Placing a plant in a position very exposed to winds or drafts, for example terraces or stairwells, is not always an advantageous solution. The plant in question, in fact, can greatly increase its transpiration, ending up consuming more water than necessary and thus running the risk of drying out.
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