Handheld, walk-behind, ride-on, mounted and trailed machines with different power options are available for all jobs across a range of sites, Sally Drury explains.
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These machines offer busy grounds staff far more uses than just simply tidying up leaves, Sally Drury explains
Those in charge of grounds, estates and sports facilities have a vast range of kit available to cope with the worst that winter can throw at them, Sally Drury reports.
Advances in battery technological mean the latest kit offers serious options for professional gardeners, says Sally Drury.
These machines offer a step up in power for those tackling bigger clean-up jobs and can help to keep costs down, Sally Drury explains.
Battery technology is widening choice and petrol models are also improving, Sally Drury reports.
This year's Saltex will be looking to build on the success of last year by packing in a multitude of exhibitors and sessions over the two days, Sally Drury reports.
Two of the latest battery models take on petrol-powered counterparts at Derby College, but which will our reviewers prefer? Sally Drury finds out.
Being prepared for the worst of the winter weather is vital for keeping grounds clear, surfaces playable and revenues ticking over, Sally Drury points out
Many of the latest tractor-mounted and towed machines can improve productivity, Sally Drury explains.
Having the right machine to clear away debris can save you a lot of time and effort, Sally Drury explains.
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