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Luss Estates Company Luss, Argyll & Bute
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Belderbos Landscapes London (Central), London (Greater)
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Horsham District Council Horsham, West Sussex
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Manufacturers are offering grounds professionals better models to tackle the most challenging mowing conditions, writes Sally Drury.
Some manufacturers are focusing on the development of robotic mowers for more productive and sustainable park maintenance, Sally Drury explains.
Topography and the environment are key factors for mowing awkward areas but the latest machines are making the job easier, says Sally Drury.
The revolution in battery powered equipment continues apace with more manufacturers offering ever-improving machines, Sally Drury reports.
What is available to help groundsmen keep playing surfaces in the best possible condition? Sally Drury asks the experts.
With rising demand driving development, Sally Drury reviews a selection of the latest models at Trengwainton Garden, Cornwall.
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.