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Cutting the grass on slopes can be a safer job with these new mowers, Sally Drury writes.
Zero-turns are in demand and other ride-on and towed mowers have also upped their game, Sally Drury reports.
More suppliers are switching to battery power while existing providers are extending their ranges with new upgraded models, Sally Drury notes.
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The newest models are more efficient, safer and easier to operate and maintain as well as being Stage V compliant, writes Sally Drury.
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Floors Castle Enterprises Scottish Borders
Team Leader / Foreman Landscape Maintenance
CMC Landscape Tiverton, Devon
Head of Ornamental Gardens
The Newt in Somerset Bruton Somerset
Skilled Gardener (Live Out)
Historic Private Estate - Cotswolds Tetbury, Gloucestershire
Garden Services Manager
Brunswick Organic Nursery York, North Yorkshire