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Two new Pellenc UK dealers announced

Pellenc UK has welcomed Terra Firma and Greenlay to its ever-growing dealership network; both of which will be distributing the full range of Pellenc professional battery powered equipment.

Terra Firma, part of Agrovista UK, is quickly…

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David Dixons has been appointed as a new Etesia dealer and will be distributing Etesia’s complete product range throughout the North East of England.

Based in Hexham, Northumberland, David Dixons have been suppliers, service engineers and…

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Sharrocks announced as Pellenc dealer

Etesia UK, the exclusive distributor of Pellenc battery-powered equipment in the UK and Ireland, has announced Sharrocks as a new Pellenc dealer.

Current Etesia dealer Sharrocks, a family owned business who specialise in the supply of…

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Harry Legge-Bourke, custodian, managing partner and trustee of the Glanusk Estate, believes that the Etesia Attila 98X ride-on brushcutter has exceeded all expectation at the truly prestigious venue.

Situated in the beautiful countryside of…

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Etesia UK has announced a new partnership with Camsaw Ltd, which will see the County Laois based business exclusively distribute Pellenc battery powered equipment throughout the Republic of Ireland. 

Established in 1987 by Philip Carney,…

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Etesia have launched two new 46cm cutting width professional pedestrian rotary mowers ahead of the 2019 season which extends their range of mowers already available on the market.

The PHTS3 is a single speed self-propelled mower, while the…

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Increased Etesia territories for Sharrocks

Etesia UK has announced that Sharrocks has extended its current areas in Birmingham, Shropshire and Staffordshire to now include the areas of South Lancashire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester and Cheshire.

Sharrocks is a specialist supplier…

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Pellenc Dealers Visit France Factory

Seeing Pellenc’s manufacturing and production facilities in Pertuis, France proved to be a real eye opener for 20 dealers.

Twenty Pellenc dealers from England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland recently visited Pellenc's state-of-the-art…

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SRUC Oatridge Students Introduced to Pellenc

Landscaping, horticulture and agricultural engineering students at the unique SRUC Oatridge campus in West Lothian near Edinburgh recently participated in an event which gave them the opportunity to learn more about Pellenc’s innovative battery…

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PELLENC LAUNCHES THE AIRION 3 BLOWER

PRESENTING PERFECT BALANCE FOR GREATER COMFORT AND PRODUCTIVITY

Pellenc, the world’s leading expert in battery-powered tools for maintaining landscapes, has completed its range of battery-powered products for…

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Pellenc, the world’s leading expert in battery-powered tools for maintaining landscapes, has launched the first truly professional ‘on-board’ battery range – The Pellenc Alpha range.

The Pellenc Alpha range sees two new batteries (P260 and…

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Places for People, one of the UK’s largest property management companies, has reported a number of significant benefits since investing in a large fleet of Pellenc battery powered equipment.

Places for People has over 50 years’ experience…

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John Rippin, head gardener at the stunning Bodnant Estate in North Wales, believes that his battery powered Airion hand blower from Pellenc is the perfect machine to avoid disrupting the estate’s visitors.   

The Bodnant Estate, a…

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The New Pellenc 1200 battery and harness enters UK market. The new Pellenc ULiB 1200 battery and harness has entered the UK market with battery life increased by 20% compared to the to the ULiB1100 battery. Pellenc is exclusively…

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Etesia UK has announced huge savings on selected models in its Duocut range of green technology battery-powered pedestrian mowers.

The revolution in battery powered equipment continues to sweep through the groundscare industry and it is…

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The Ernest Doe branch in Esher has been appointed as a new Etesia dealer and will be distributing Etesia’s complete product range throughout Surrey.

The renowned Ernest Doe brand can be traced all the way back to June 1898 when Ernest took…

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Etesia UK has announced the appointment of Country Machinery Ltd, based in Driffield, East Yorkshire as its newest dealer.

Country Machinery, a family run business providing sales, services repairs and parts for all grounds care…

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rose chaney posted a discussion
Is it OK to use degrasant to clean the blades ? prior to lube; with gloves on I watched a you tube recently where the man suggested spraying diesel on the blades regularly. He seemed to oppose all arguments against and I was wondering whether any ot…
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Phil Drew replied to Phil Drew's discussion Petrol Pole Trimmer recommendations
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Jon Davidson replied to David Benson's discussion whats eating the leaves
"I've had metres and metres of hedging in a private estate riddled with suspected viburnum beetles. I had only seen 1 twice before but last week I must have had atleast 2 dozen I could have picked off as adults, the larvae feasting all year. I read u…"
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Progreen Weed Control posted a blog post
Biological controls have been around for a number of years with mixed results. Their use has now come to the fore with the pressure on users to reduce the volume of pesticides they are applying, together with the loss of key active ingredients.  The…
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Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to David Benson's discussion whats eating the leaves
"That looks like it might be adult Vine Weevil which is snacking!"
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David Benson replied to David Benson's discussion whats eating the leaves
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David Benson posted a discussion
any ideas as to what is eating these hydranger leaves i do not think its slugs or snails as some of the holes are in the middle of the leaves 
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Progreen Weed Control replied to Gary RK's discussion How accurate is your business name / description ?
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Fusion Media posted a blog post
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Dan Frazer Gardening replied to Gary RK's discussion How accurate is your business name / description ?
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David Benson replied to Jamie's discussion Stone - area coverage?
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Vic 575 replied to Neal's discussion Bigger van vs trailer
"text message sent."
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Vic 575 replied to Neal's discussion Bigger van vs trailer
"I go off road here in Derbyshire [we have hills here] and sometimes get 'cross axled', or in other words, I drive over moguls.I don't get stuck in the Hilux. But hey, it's all good. The L200 is one of the few other pickups I have considered owning.  "
22 hours ago
Geoffrey King replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Garden Design on a Steep Slope
"A retaining structure at 2m high, sounds like major work.  I agree with Andy, get a structural engineer involved.
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22 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Garden Design on a Steep Slope
"A quick Google search reveals its not difficult to do that.
http://www.hy-ten.co.uk/gabion-design-service"
23 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Garden Design on a Steep Slope
"Many years ago I used to prepare and submit plans to Building Control for extensions on houses and the like, for a two metre high structure with made up ground behind it I would run the design past a structural engineer and let them have that one on…"
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