Vibration levels, implements and working conditions are key considerations, Sally Drury explains.
The latest models offer faster speeds, wider working widths and root zone recycling, Sally Drury finds.
Knowing precisely what tasks you need to do is crucial when selecting a new tractor, says Sally Drury.
Welcome to the first edition of Horticulture Week for 2015 which takes a look at what's in store for horticulture this year in our special five-page preview.
New exhibitors and products await visitors to January's turf management exhibition. Sally Drury reports.
The reality check that is cash flow planning will ensure your business stays afloat, says Neville Stein.
After a wet start, a long, mild season brought benefits for many sectors of horticulture last year. But what of prospects for 2015? Matthew Appleby, Sarah Cosgrove, Sally Drury and Gavin McEwan report.
The close of the year is always a time to take stock of achievements and last week's BALI National Landscape Awards did just that, with 850 of the industry's finest celebrating the very best in UK landscaping practice.
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The article regarding pedestrian mowers (HW, 21 February) was very informative. I am the head gardener at an estate that requires stripes in the formal lawns. I recently tested a KAAZ 53cm rotary roller mower but found it to be rather slow. Would you be able to recommend a good rotary mower that would provide value for money but efficiency too?
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