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Etesia UK will have a range of pedestrian and ride-on mowers, brushcutters and the award-winning ET Lander electric utility vehicle on display at GroundsFest 2023. In addition to the products, some lucky visitors will walk away with a section of priz

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A new Etesia Attila 98X ride-on brushcutter is helping the luxurious Higher Wiscombe farm and holiday cottages live up to its glowing reputation.

Higher Wiscombe is a 52-acre farm with a cluster of four exceptional holiday cottages in its centre. It i

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Sandy Town Council has invested in an eco-friendly ET Lander utility vehicle from Etesia UK, via local dealer RT Machinery, as it takes steps to reduce carbon emissions before 2030.

The vehicle marks an important step in the 'council’s commitment to i

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New ET Lander is perfect for Penzance

Penzance Council is the proud owner of the first ever UK road registered Etesia ET Lander – an award-winning fully electric utility vehicle.

After making its debut in 2021, the Etesia ET Lander has taken the industry by storm. 100% electric, spacious,

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Etesia’s Bahia M2E – the world’s first 100% electric professional ride-on-mower with grass collection, is now available with a lithium battery option.

The Etesia Bahia M2EL is powered by a 51.2V, 100Ah lithium battery which enables users to get up to

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Etesia launches new Hydro 80 model

Etesia UK has launched the Hydro 80 MKHPF ride-on mower which has been designed specifically for long, rough grass areas.

The new MKHPF ride-on mower combines the working comfort of a Hydro 80 with the mowing power of the ATTILA SKD brushcutter.

The MK

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A Vibrant Mix of Machinery and Sustainability

We were delighted to welcome 300 people in person for our first full RTM Show Live since 2019! Brackwell Farm was once again alive with the hum of conversation and machinery as guests took advantage of the opportunity to talk with over 30 manufacture
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Action Lawn and Leisure has been appointed as a new Etesia dealer in Stirlingshire and surrounding areas.

Action Lawn and Leisure was founded in 1998 by Bob Bruce. It is a family run business which prides itself on offering a personal service with goo

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Following the successful launch of the ET Lander electric utility vehicle from Etesia UK in 2021, the company has announced the launch of the next phase of production including becoming fully N1 homologation compliant.

Customers first got the chance t

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Midlothian may be one of the smallest councils in Scotland, but it is certainly making a big impact with a little help from a range of Pellenc battery-powered equipment.  

“I think we are the second smallest local authority by area in Scotland,” said

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Etesia is the way for wet grass

Adam Patterson, owner of Patterson’s Gardening Services in Northern Ireland, needed a mower that would perform in the wet, and in his opinion, there was only one brand which was comfortably up to the job.

Over the past 30 years, Etesia ride-on and ped

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Etesia ET Lander Wins SALTEX Innovation Award

The Etesia ET Lander utility vehicle has won the SALTEX 2021 Innovation award within the vehicle category, while also finishing second within the environmentally friendly category.

The SALTEX innovation awards were introduced to reward companies launc

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Pellenc is ‘superior’ for Hard Graft

Hard Graft Garden Services, based in East Lothian, Scotland, believes that Pellenc is a ‘superior’ brand of battery-powered technology.

Hard Graft Garden Services is a family-run business based in Longniddry, East Lothian. Founded by father Stuart, th

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Martin Carty, Managing Director at Carty Services, has revealed how a 0% interest finance offer from Etesia UK enabled him to improve operations on a wide range of school playing fields throughout Warwickshire. 

During last year’s uncertainty and inev

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Open forum activity

Honey Badger replied to Gary R's discussion Horticultural Gypsum..... How long?
"I've heard of gypsum, normally used in crop production. Never used it. I prefer to use sharp sand and compost to improve soil rather than dropping more chemicals.
Gardening and green keeping are not the same disapline. There is cross over, but how…"
3 hours ago
David Benson replied to Gary R's discussion Horticultural Gypsum..... How long?
"another thought have you considerd hollow tyning and sand "
4 hours ago
David Brown and Jez Hobbs joined Landscape Juice Network
4 hours ago
David Benson replied to Gary R's discussion Horticultural Gypsum..... How long?
"only used it in agriculture it takes a few months to start to work and needs doing every year but dont expect miracles
thats the best i can do  "
4 hours ago
Gary R replied to Gary R's discussion Horticultural Gypsum..... How long?
"I can only assume by the multitude of zero replies  no other professional gardener has used Gypsum before?
I used to think this place was an excellent resource where professionals where willing help each other out with advice etc. 
I'm not so sure…"
7 hours ago
Andrew replied to Jamie's discussion Stihl BG86c problems
"Hmm,had a couple of these,and yours is sold as the 'pro' version,which frankly it isn't.It does have an a.v.damped handle,which is where most problems emanate from.Because the handle floats and flexes the wiring loom tends to break either within the…"
10 hours ago
Ben Carter replied to Jamie's discussion Stihl BG86c problems
"Sell it and buy a new one.  Mine went like that I messed about with it still didn't work. Not worth the hassle.  "
16 hours ago
Adam Pilgrim replied to Jamie's discussion Stihl BG86c problems
"I am assuming you checked the crankshaft main bearings aren't collapsing? They are a stupidly common failure on these and the three blowers I have exhibited similar symptoms (start/die or rough/lumpy running/hard to pull recoil)...
I had one that…"
16 hours ago
Oliver clarkson posted a discussion
Evening what products are people using for black spot on roses, I'm about to run out of my current product which isn't available any more. many thanks 
yesterday
Graham Taylor replied to Jamie's discussion Stihl BG86c problems
"I just use a couple of pieces of paper for the gap and then just rotate the flywheel to ensure its not rubbing anywhere.  I set it up when the magnets are pulling the coil onto it with the paper as a sandwich between the two..................holds…"
yesterday
Honey Badger replied to Jamie's discussion Stihl BG86c problems
"You're welcome. 
Im glad you got it working again."
yesterday
Jamie replied to Jamie's discussion Stihl BG86c problems
"Thank you for your replies. As it happens, i just re-alligned the ignition coil slightly just to get it slightly closer to the fly wheel as i noticed one side had a bigger gap than the other, and fingers crossed it's been ok today so far. It does…"
yesterday
Honey Badger replied to Jamie's discussion Stihl BG86c problems
"Replace there wiring you've probably worn out the kill switch. If it is a flywheel problem stop yanking the pull chord so hard, thats what shears of the flywheel key. I've had three bg86 they get a bit unreliable after 4-5 yrs. They all still run,…"
yesterday
John F replied to John F's discussion Service Schedule Stihl Cordless Hedge Trimmer ?
"Thanks Tim for the useful information , definitely worth mentioning also useful reminder to grease the gears regularly  
I must admit I sometimes forget with my more expensive kit which has the grease thread the grease soons dries out .
My Stihl…"
yesterday
Honey Badger replied to Jamie's discussion Stihl BG86c problems
"Get the flywheel off is tricky. Strip down both sides of the machine there's two opposing compression nuts you have to loosen the one on the fly wheel side. Use a punch and hammer to gently slide of the compression nut, there's a centre point the…"
yesterday
Honey Badger replied to Jamie's discussion Stihl BG86c problems
"Use a piece of cut plastic milk bottle to get the space right between the ignition coil and flywheel. The flywheel could be the problem. There's key on the flywheel that shears off and knocks the engine timing off. You have to remove the flywheel…"
yesterday
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Stihl BG86c problems

Hi all, hope this is in the correct thread.So i've had some BG86c blower problems recently. Long story short, i've replaced the carb with a genuine Stihl carb as my previous one wasn't priming, everything was fine once replaced but on full throttle…

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