In a gunslinging action, Nixon twirls a loop-handled pruner around his finger and pretends to holster the tool. But there are no cowboys here.
Power, comfort and low vibration levels are all factors for our testers of these petrol machines, Sally Drury reports.
A striped finish, rapid zero-turning and tenacious flails are strengths in these new mowers, writes Sally Drury.
The newest robotic models offer a less labour-intensive, less strenuous, safer and cheaper solution for many amenity jobs, Sally Drury reports.
Manufacturers are improving battery and petrol models, with sales on the rise year on year, writes Sally Drury.
Manufacturers are working to provide solutions to many challenges. Sally Drury looks at their newest models.
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Fed up of having to start and restart blowers? Then there is the refuelling, mixing the two-stroke and carrying a spare can. Once running, emissions can be unpleasant and noise from a petrol engine demands earmuffs be worn. An alternative is battery power.
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.
With mowing one of the key tasks at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, the team are ideally placed to try out the latest machines. Sally Drury reports.
With rising demand driving development, Sally Drury reviews a selection of the latest models at Trengwainton Garden, Cornwall.
Construction industry forecasts show that continued lack of clarity over Brexit is causing contraction in growth.
With new engine regulations taking effect next month, Sally Drury looks at buying options and tests latest models.
Better control, efficiency and productivity are among the benefits offered by the latest products, Gavin McEwan discovers.
Environmental factors are key for growers choosing the latest pots, growing media, fertilisers and labels, writes Sally Drury.
The message that health, the environment and business all benefit from trees is finally getting through, but are nurseries seeing an upturn? Sally Drury reports.
Young trees face a tough challenge to get established. Sally Drury looks at some of the best products available to help ensure successful planting projects.