Sally Drury Product Tour: exclusive kit demonstrations and advice led by Horticulture Week's technical editor

A highlight of Parks & Gardens Live 2017 will be a tour led by Horticulture Week technical editor Sally Drury of the exciting line-up of products and kit aimed at the parks and gardens market being showcased by suppliers.

Sally’s personal tour will take visitors to Parks & Gardens Live to see machinery and products from a diverse range of exhibitors invited to take part in the showcase including the Toro Company, Danarm Machinery, Spider, British Sugar Topsoil, Tracmaster, NAP Brands (Stanley), Ubiqutek, Green-tech (John Chambers Wildflower Seed), Pro Sprayers, Overton, Blade Machinery and more.

Drury is acknowledged as the UK’s leading expert on professional horticulture kit and machinery and has been reviewing kit and machinery for Horticulture Week for more than a quarter of a century.

Last year she was awarded the prestigious President’s Award by the Chartered Institute of Horticulture for services to education in the horticulture industry.

  • Sally Drury's product showcase sessions will take place at 11.45am and 4.15pm

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