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What Kit? Mower Of The Year Awards - Top-rated mowers

What Kit? Mower Of The Year Awards - Top-rated mowers

Selecting winners from highly impressive shortlists was a tough task for the judges of the 2015 WhatKit? Mower of the Year Awards

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WHAT KIT? PRODUCT OF THE YEAR AWARDS

Twenty mower models hailed as What Kit? Mower of the Year Awards shortlist is unveiled at IOG Saltex

Twenty mower models hailed as What Kit? Mower of the Year Awards shortlist is unveiled at IOG Saltex

Horticulture Week is delighted to announce the shortlist for the latest categories of machinery in the What Kit? New Product of the Year Awards.

Forthcoming events

LPGT Winter lecture - ‘Save Epping Forest’! Londoners and the mid-Victorian campaigns for open space

  • The Gallery, 70-77 Cowcross Street (Entrance: through courtyard to far end, downstairs) London EC1M 6EL

EMR Association/AHDB Horticulture Tree Fruit Day - Technical up-date on tree fruit research

  • East Malling Conference Centre. New Rd, West Malling ME19 6BJ

Writtle College - further education information event

  • Writtle College, Lordship Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 3RR

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How To Buy...

Buyers' guide - Tractors

Buyers' guide - Tractors

Vibration levels, implements and working conditions are key considerations, Sally Drury explains.

How to buy - Aerators

How to buy - Aerators

The latest models offer faster speeds, wider working widths and root zone recycling, Sally Drury finds.

How to buy - Tractors

How to buy - Tractors

Knowing precisely what tasks you need to do is crucial when selecting a new tractor, says Sally Drury.


In Depth

From the archive - Magnificent machines

From the archive - Magnificent machines

Continuing our 175th anniversary celebrations, here is our pick of adverts from early editions of The Gardeners' Chronicle -- including a Joseph Paxton-patented glasshouse.

From The Archive - Darwin and the humble-bees

From The Archive - Darwin and the humble-bees

On 21 August 1841, Charles Darwin wrote to Horticulture Week forerunner The Gardeners' Chronicle about "the humble-bees which bore holes in flowers" following a reader's complaint about damage to his bean crop. Continuing celebrations of our 175th anniversary, here we republish Darwin's letter

Perennial: a helping hand for horticulturists

Perennial: a helping hand for horticulturists

Horticulture industry charity Perennial offers a lifeline to those in need and support from business partners can help it to meet rising demand.

BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition 2016

BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition 2016

An additional exhibition hall has been snapped up as the turf management show grows bigger than ever, Sally Drury reports.

An enduring thirst for knowledge

An enduring thirst for knowledge

Welcome to the first print edition of Horticulture Week in 2016, a year in which we will be celebrating the 175th anniversary of the founding of our forerunner, The Gardeners' Chronicle.

What Kit

Find and compare landscape & amenity equipment.