Getting rid of Glods

I'm pleased you knew what snoney was;)

I thought we were lapsing into gobbledy-gook with snoney and glods :whistle:

:p:p

As a 17 year old I was sent for a barrow full of gobbledy-gooks. I pushed my empty barrow all the way through the village to fetch them. Then when my boss told me to get the other two to cut some new ones I pushed my empty barrow back again.
 
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Ceredigion
Just to add it's turf Glods or Clods if you are posh .Not much useful advice . Looking for speed and cheapness without ploughing .ploughing brings up weed seeds which I'm trying to avoid
 

primmiemoo

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Location
Devon
Just to add it's turf Glods or Clods if you are posh .Not much useful advice . Looking for speed and cheapness without ploughing .ploughing brings up weed seeds which I'm trying to avoid


Oh, turves! :p

You want to collect and dry those for fuel next Winter. Just make sure not too much E'rth in 'um.

Can't advise about kit, though, sorry.
 

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