The environment, public and operator all benefit from the increasing prevalence of battery trimmers, writes Sally Drury.
Taking time to choose the right machine can save money and exertion, Sally Drury advises.
The Razorback offers a big step up in hedgerow management, Sally Drury explains.
Are cylinder or rotary mowers the best bet to maximise efficiency, performance and productivity? Sally Drury reports.
Manufacturers are offering grounds professionals better models to tackle the most challenging mowing conditions, writes Sally Drury.
Topography and the environment are key factors for mowing awkward areas but the latest machines are making the job easier, says Sally Drury.
Battery chainsaws offer many advantages while innovative technology shelps the latest petrol models meet emissions standards, writes Sally Drury.
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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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.
New machines from Echo, Makita, Stihl, Tanaka and Canycom Samurai reflect the huge variety of models but how do our reviewers rate them? Sally Drury reports.
These battery and petrol pole saws help arborists keep their feet on the ground but which will the students at Bridgwater College prefer? Sally Drury finds out.
Piles of material at Bridgwater College presented a perfect opportunity to test a selection of new and updated machines, writes Sally Drury.
New products are still coming through despite challenging regulations. Gavin McEwan reports on what's new for growers of edible crops.
With labour increasingly difficult to source and getting ever more expensive, Sally Drury explores how the latest machines can help large and small nurseries.
Design, images, information and flexibility are all factors but the materials used to produce labels are increasingly important for customers, writes Sally Drury.
Cost factors, ventilation benefits and the ability to fit new advanced films are some of the reasons behind the popularity of these structures, says Sally Drury.
Concerns over climate, light levels and seasonal variability can all be overcome by using LEDs and they can deliver production benefits, Sally Drury reports.
New technology can record, trace and predict maintenance activities for all types of artificial surfaces, Sally Drury reports.