Occasionally he'll go after it if his food bowl goes empty for a few hours. Is it healthier for the plant to leave the cat bites or to cut away the damaged tissue because cat teeth have bacteria? Thankfully the plant is sturdy and has already survived bites with both treatment choices, but it would be nice to know what the right choice actually is.
I bought a pole-trimmer, and wanted the "18V ONE+ TELESCOPIC POLE PRUNER ATTACHMENT" as well - https://www.ryobi.com.au/products/details/18v-one-telescopic-pole-pruner-attachment-opp18
They had none, and the guy at Bunnings said it was discontinued. I looked online, but couldn't find much out.
I've contacted Ryobi, but thought I'd ask here.
What's the deal? Is it gone, or is it being re-released with a new hat?
If it is discontinued, I'll return the trimmer (haven't opened it yet), and just buy an Ozito one or something.
I’m a new homeowner and interested in maintaining my own trees. Curious if anyone here has a preferred pole saw + pruner for around $100.
Both of these have large blade, awl, saw and bottle opener. The only difference is that the farmer has a can opener and the swiss army 7 has a curved pruner blade. Which is better?
If garden tools aren’t outside the thread’s universe, I’d appreciate advice. My dad wants a mini chainsaw limb pruner for Christmas. One handed, battery operated. Exploring the Stihl GTA 26 but hard to find. Found a couple others similar in style but not brands I’ve heard of. He specifically wants a safety guard on top.
Anyone have experience with these type tools or suggestions for options?
Looking to get some quality pruners this winter. I think I've narrowed my choices down to the Felco #2, or #11. From my online research, it looks like they're essentially the same, except #11 is the "new generation". Just curious if anyone has any first-hand experience with both, and could help explain the differences, or recommend one over the other.
What have you had the best experience with? Looking for something that uses standard poles has a saw and a pruner. I know this is no extraordinary question just looking to see what people thought pros and cons of saws that they have had experience with were. Currently I am looking at Jameson and notch pole pruners. The notch pruner seems to be less expensive but possibly the same quality wondering if anybody has experience with them
Hi Gardening Community,
I am an engineer working for a power tool manufacturer currently developing our new electric pruner and would like your input in terms of reliability.
How often do you use your pruners in a year? The more specific the better.
How many cuts per session? How many sessions per year? How often do you run out of battery and is it an issue?
I'll appreciate any insight!