Three of the latest models tested with willow timber at Derby College - Sally Drury shares the results.
The latest models have been designed to get the job done faster and more easily, Sally Drury explains.
For grounds care and horticultural operations, Makita has introduced more tools that harness the power of twin 18V lithium-ion batteries to deliver 36V performance.
A no-fuss, long-lasting fuel was introduced to foresters, arborists and grounds care managers at the APF show.
Consultation, science and technology are all essential when developing new products, Sally Drury reports.
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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.
Electric, diesel and heavyweight models put through their paces, but which fares best? Sally Drury reports
How will new models cope with time pressure and the demand for a quality finish? Sally Drury finds out.
Three of the top brands submit saws for testing in the Wild Wood at Derby College, Sally Drury reports.
How will these three new models fare when tested at Cannington Golf Club? Sally Drury finds out.
There are plenty of reasons why we should plant trees and increasingly we want to plant big trees. There are also plenty of sound reasons why, later in a tree's life, we should go to great lengths to dig them up and replant them elsewhere.
Updated legislation means tractors can now be used to help keep roads clear in winter, notes Sally Drury.
Maintenance is essential for getting the best use from synthetic playing surfaces, Sally Drury advises.