The tractors chosen by professionals across the sector reflect the best features, backup and support on offer, says Sally Drury.
The latest specialist tractors are providing wider choice for growers working in narrow rows, Sally Drury reports.
These machines have advanced rapidly over recent years but what does the future hold? Sally Drury looks ahead.
Horticulture Week's technical editor Sally Drury talks to Etesia operations director Les Malin about their new Atilla ride-on brushcutter which is operable using an iPad.
These machines offer a step up in power for those tackling bigger clean-up jobs and can help to keep costs down, Sally Drury explains.
Battery technology is widening choice and petrol models are also improving, Sally Drury reports.
Battery popularity continues to grow but is there still a place for petrol? Sally Drury asks what's new in both markets.
Mzuri, McConnel and Becx Machines are all offering new kit for hedgerows, Sally Drury reports
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With mowing one of the key tasks at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, the team are ideally placed to try out the latest machines. Sally Drury reports.
With rising demand driving development, Sally Drury reviews a selection of the latest models at Trengwainton Garden, Cornwall.
New machines from Echo, Makita, Stihl, Tanaka and Canycom Samurai reflect the huge variety of models but how do our reviewers rate them? Sally Drury reports.
These battery and petrol pole saws help arborists keep their feet on the ground but which will the students at Bridgwater College prefer? Sally Drury finds out.
Piles of material at Bridgwater College presented a perfect opportunity to test a selection of new and updated machines, writes Sally Drury.
Testers from three different disciplines assess the merits of two models with contrasting specifications at Bridgwater College.
The right equipment is essential to restrain growth, maintain shape and ensure a dense, close texture, Sally Drury advises
The revolution in battery powered equipment continues apace with more manufacturers offering ever-improving machines, Sally Drury reports.
Manufacturers have wasted no time bringing out updated equipment to comply with latest legislation, Sally Drury finds.
Selecting the most appropriate equipment for the job is key to getting the best result and there are plenty of new options, Sally Drury finds
What is available to help groundsmen keep playing surfaces in the best possible condition? Sally Drury asks the experts.
Taking advantage of the latest available sizes, shapes and formats could help you boost production as well as sales, Sally Drury suggests.
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