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.
Horticulture Week's technical editor Sally Drury talks to Etesia operations director Les Malin about their new Atilla ride-on brushcutter which is operable using an iPad.
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These two tractors are designed for versatility and operator comfort, but how do they fare under tough test conditions? Sally Drury reports.
These backpack and handheld machines can do more than just blow leaves but how do they perform in action at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens? Sally Drury reports.
How do the latest battery models shape up against new petrol chainsaws when tested at Bridgwater College? Sally Drury reports.