Expert advice from Sally Drury on how to choose and buy horticultural equipment for landscaping, sports turf maintenance, parks, green spaces, amenity turf and botanic and historic gardens. How to choose tractors, mowers, chainsaws, hedgecutters and other machinery for fuel efficiency, fast work cycles, low maintenance overheads, green fuel options and operator comfort.
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Foliar feeding can be useful when plants require a supplement, Sally Drury explains.
Many of the latest tractor-mounted and towed machines can improve productivity, Sally Drury explains.
Fewer applications can mean increased efficiency and profitablity for growers, Sally Drury explains.
Your choice of machine will depend on the user as well as the job, Sally Drury explains.
Innovative products can help growers and retailers to add variety and value, Sally Drury reports.
Having the correct kit will help you get the job done quickly and to the desired standard, says Sally Drury.
Young, newly-planted trees need all the support and protection they can get, writes Sally Drury.
The size of the planting stock will determine which support system to use, Sally Drury advises.
Having the right machine for your needs can save you time, fuel and money, says Sally Drury.
Plants can benefit from foliar uptake of nutrients, Sally Drury explains.
Investing in the right structure can improve growers' crops and prices, Sally Drury explains.
A wide range of benefits and cost savings can be secured by using appropriate fabrics, says Sally Drury.
Having the right machine to clear away debris can save you a lot of time and effort, Sally Drury explains.
Vibration levels, implements and working conditions are key considerations, Sally Drury explains.
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Ashford Borough Council Ashford, Kent
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Closing date: 5th November 2015