Sherriff Amenity's long-lasting GoGreen Granules and liquid formulation GoGreen Plus have been enhanced with a dual-action wetting agent that uses new surfactant technology.
A zero-turn mower but with a steering-wheel, the TANK SZ60 has been added to the Cub Cadet brand from Barrus. Width of cut is 152cm.
John Deere's 7310R tractor recently set a new fluid efficiency record for high horsepower iT4 and FT4 tractors in tests in Germany.
The range of Mitox products supplied by Rochford GM now includes log splitters from the entry-level 1.5kW LS45 with 4.5-tonne splitting force for 50cm logs and the 2.2kW LS55 with 5.5-tonne force to the top-of-the-range LS700 with seven-tonne splitting force.
With a massive 10.4m working width, the Trilo R10 is now available from Suffolk-based The Grass Group. Transport width is just 2.5m.
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This unit enjoys the same powerful engine as the road tow version, the same 120x84cm infeed chute and 190x280mm throat, is as simple to operate and rapidly disposes of material in the same fluid manner.
A big brother for the well-established GreenMech 150, the Arborist 190 soon has Ford reaching into his pockets. "If I had the money, I would buy it today," he declares.
It looks like Timberwolf's famous TW150, often seen towed on motorways and around towns, but this chipper is a step up.
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.
Having the right machine to clear away debris can save you a lot of time and effort, Sally Drury explains.
Growers are increasingly taking advantage of the benefits afforded by automation, Sally Drury reports.
Changing demand has driven the development of electric, cordless and petrol models, Sally Drury finds.
Marketing plans have come to the fore as growers' optimism has increased, writes Sally Drury.
Having the right equipment is key to efficiency when carrying out ground works, Sally Drury explains.
With grower confidence boosted by good weather, demand for machinery is on the up, says Sally Drury.
Wearing the right kit to stay safe while on the job no longer precludes looking smart, Sally Drury reports.
Back pain, largely due to age, is limiting my gardening activities. Although I am fortunate in that I have two gardeners - three in late spring and throughout the summer -- I still like to keep my hand in and do whatever I can to maintain the garden to a sufficiently high standard to attract visitors. Are there any specialist gardening tools you can recommend that might help me to continue with my "pottering"?
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