With a 74hp Deutz engine and improved emissions standards, the T754 from TYM Tractors is set to offer enhanced performance to a range of markets from golf and fine turf, grounds care and landscaping to smallholdings.
Kilworth Machinery has been appointed sole UK importer of the MDB range of remote-controlled mowers. Initially, two models have been introduced, both designed to operate in areas that would be hazardous to operators of walk-behind and ride-on mowers.
Bobcat's new S450 skid-steer loader and E17, E19 and E20 excavators will make their first appearance at the Plantworx working construction event in Leicestershire on 2-4 June.
Getting the best performance from your greenhouse is key to investment decisions, says Sally Drury.
Packaging suppliers are providing innovative solutions to extend the shelf life of fresh produce for as long as possible, Gavin McEwan reports.
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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.
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.
There are many options to help grounds staff keep playing surfaces in top condition, Sally Drury explains.
Measurement is essential when it comes to establishing a fertiliser programme, says Sally Drury.
There are still challenges to be overcome despite improvements in best practice, Sally Drury explains.
Regular reviews of water supply, management and application are key for any nursery, writes Sally Drury.
A wide variety of styles, sizes and power options ensures models suitable for all jobs, Sally Drury finds.
Last winter's gales saw tree teams busy clearing fallen timber from roads and railways. To help remove the debris, woodchippers were in big demand, with new machines flying out of the stores and hire companies struggling to cope with demand. This winter, with the jet stream pushing storms in from the Atlantic, activity in the woodchipper market is again brisk, additionally fuelled by new models.