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  • 11/02/2015 10:37AM Complete Weed Control Invests in the Future Complete Weed Control has always used a bespoke system to track work through its many regional offices. However, with the advent of mobile applications and improvements with mobile data access; a brand new system is in the pipeline.  With thousands of customers throughout the UK and Ireland, it is essential to have a good system to control records. Increasingly though; the company have wanted to offer their customers far more than just their basic requirements. “For some time we have had an online record system allowing clients to view spray records for certain types of work,” said managing director Ian Graham. “However, we wanted to expand this to provide more functionality for a much greater cross section of our customer base.”The system will utilise tablet based hardware to access a web native system  that can be used to rapidly pass data around the network,  ensuring that enquiries are dealt with as quickly as possible.  The ability to produce quotations in the field and send them electronically to the client will be another great benefit of the new system.  Operators will be able to upload information in real time with regard to the progress of work, with the ability to attach images to spray records as a feature. Established in 1972, Complete Weed Control is the largest specialist weed control and vegetation management company in the UK. Each franchise operates to a common set of standards and procedures in providing a comprehensive service of weed control, plant pest and disease control, hydro-seeding and other related services to their customer base. These clients include sporting venues, local authorities, schools, airfields, cemeteries, industrial sites, highways & parks. This nationwide service remains unique in its local delivery of expertise.The new information available to Complete Weed Control’s vast customer base will be second to none. Read More
  • 03/02/2015 11:47AM A busy 2015 ahead The dust has barely settled after a busy BTME and it\'s time for the Six Nations once again. All eyes will be on the magnificent Millennium Stadium and the new Desso pitch which will be under the spotlight. Following a recent visit by Complete Weed Control, the playing surface is in sparkling condition and ready for action. The rugby year culminates in the World Cup and it promises to be a fantastic spectacle spread all over the country utilising many different stadia. With all winter sports‎ getting to the \'sharp end\' of the season, everyone expects the playing surfaces to be in great condition. This gives Turf Managers massive headaches - especially as we are heading into ‘proper’ winter conditions and temperatures are dropping. Keeping the sward in top condition is paramount. There are many products available as witnessed by us all at Harrogate. However, the right choice for your particular sports arena depends on so many different parameters. Soil sampling is the first way to decide what nutrients may or may NOT be required. Samples of the leaf itself can show up the stress it may be under and then decisions can be made on how to best treat the pitch. As usual, a close eye must be kept on the latest pesticide news. By June 2016, the whole \'selective\' herbicide market will change. Many of the phenoxy type ingredients of the usual three-way mixes that we are all accustomed to using will no longer be available.  This will mean that the new herbicides that have been used sparingly over the last few seasons will come to the fore. Florasulam and fluroxypyr will be the main guns in the arsenal to fight broad leaf weeds in turf. They are excellent; but will produce a sharp intake of breath when the cost per hectare is discussed in the future. With pesticides in mind, it is worth noting that the Amenity Forum is holding a series of seminars throughout the country. This group gives all of the latest information: updates from CRD (Chemical Directorate) as well as the latest legislation and other Voluntary Initiative information. They are very worthwhile to attend for all seeking to deepen their industry knowledge. Visit www.amenityforum.co.uk or contact Independent Secretary Alan Spedding - Alan.Spedding@amenityforum.net to sign up for the nearest meeting to you. February is the month when planning for the new season ahead is in full swing across all facets of our industry. What fertiliser programme?What herbicide choice?Who can do my soil sampling? What if ice or snow threatens the fixture?Complete Weed Control and our Complete Ice Control teams are on hand throughout the country and able to answer all these questions. They can offer the practical solutions on applying all products safely and accurately on all sports surfaces using the most up to date technology. We have also a nationwide network for all gritting requirements. Please see more information on our website www.completeweedcontrol.co.uk and enter your post code to find your local specialist‎. Have a great 2015 and be ready for all that Mother Nature can throw at us.  Read More
  • 26/01/2015 14:30PM Complete Weed Control Launch Two New Services Due to an overwhelming increase in the demand for moss control and invasive weed control, Complete Weed Control (CWC) have launched two new services combined with new websites so that end users can obtain a comprehensive view of each of them.Complete Weed Control, the UK’s largest weed control contractor, operates its weed control and weed removal services throughout the UK and Ireland and these two new in-demand services are testament to the company’s dominance in the marketplace.It is not the first time that the company has listened and responded to customer requirements. Complete Ice Control was launched by the CWC group in response to the overwhelming need for a professional, reliable and trusted local gritting service to deal with snow and ice worries. This entity of the business now operates in over 50 areas throughout the UK and Ireland using the best tools and technology available.Complete Invasives Control will specialise in the removal of persistent invasive plants such as Giant Hogweed, Himalayan Balsam, Ragwort, Rhododendron and in particular Japanese Knotweed which is regarded as the single most problematic invasive species in the UK. Japanese Knotweed will grow practically anywhere and everywhere and is a frequent problem for many land managers. As more and more seek to control the plant species, Complete Invasive Control offers a solution by providing a comprehensive package of education, containment and management of this highly destructive plant.The Complete Invasives Control website will provide much more than just an overview of its services. Visitors to the site will be able to improve their knowledge base on invasive species through a research and development blog by NPTC qualified Dan Jones from Swansea University. Not only could it help land managers identify problematic plants but it will also offer a fantastic insight into the latest technologies and methods used to control invasive species.Moss is a widespread problem, especially for golf clubs with paved terraces and paving, local authorities with council properties, tennis courts and historic properties with delicate brickworks; in fact anywhere where the moss can be hazardous to the public. Not only can it be dangerous but it is also unsightly. It is for these reasons that Complete Moss Control was born. Anyone suffering from an invasion of moss at their premises will be able to visit the new department’s website where they will be able to gain a comprehensive view of the problem. Advice and information on how the company can help solve the problem will also be available.      Commenting on the two new services, managing director Ian Graham said: “These two areas of our business have seen a significant increase over recent years. It is for that reason that we are opening them to a wider audience; our customers will now be able to receive great advice and solutions to these all too common problems.”You can also follow Complete Weed Control on Twitter @CWCLimited and view the company’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/completeweedcontrol1 Read More
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