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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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Pellenc has the advantage at Hutchesons’

Iain Ellis, Head Groundsman at Hutchesons’ Grammar School, has highlighted the many benefits of using a range of Pellenc battery-powered equipment.

Hutchesons' Grammar School is a co-educational, independent school in the south-side of Glasgow. Founde

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Game-changing Pellenc suits Hard Graft

Hard Graft Garden Services has labelled the Pellenc brand as a “game-changer” after using the battery-powered products for over a year now.

Hard Graft Garden Services is a family-run business based in Longniddry, East Lothian. It was established by Ne

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The team responsible for maintaining the incredible Logan Botanic Garden have noticed several benefits since investing in a wide-range of Pellenc battery-powered equipment.

Regarded as Scotland’s most exotic garden, Logan Botanic Garden is located at

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Pellenc Launch Backpack Blower

Pellenc, the world’s leading expert in battery-powered tools for maintaining landscapes, has announced the latest product in its vast range – the Airion BackPack blower.

Light, odourless, noise-free, with no starting problems and enough power to enabl

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The NEW Pellenc Helion 3 is here

Pellenc, the world’s leading expert in battery-powered tools, has announced the launch of the new Helion 3 hedge trimmer.

Over recent years the Pellenc Helion hedge trimmer has been meeting and exceeding the needs of professionals in terms of power an

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After a decade of working with 2-stroke engines, Adam Patterson, from Patterson’s Gardening Services in Northern Ireland, thought it was time to switch to battery-powered equipment.

Covering all kinds of garden maintenance, Patterson’s Gardening Mower

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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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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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Pellenc launch two new products

Pellenc, the world’s leading expert in battery-powered tools for maintaining landscapes, has continued to develop its product range with the launch of two new products to the UK market.

Based on observations and feedback from both end-users and the de

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The battery-powered Pellenc Prunion pruning shears have proved to be instrumental in helping one of the UK’s largest Christmas tree growers.

Tayside Forestry has been producing Christmas trees in the heart of the Angus countryside in Scotland for near

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Angus Roberts believes he has an opportunity to make his new business - Border Lawns, stand out from the competition and he claims that his recent investment in a range of Pellenc products will certainly help his cause.

Angus recently announced that h

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Pellenc, distributed in the UK and Ireland by Etesia UK, is taking flexible finance to a new level by offering zero deposit and nothing to pay until March 2021.

From 1 November 2020, customers purchasing the Pellenc Landscape Pack, which consists of t

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Orbit, one of the UK’s leading housing providers, has invested in a large fleet of battery powered Pellenc equipment, from dealer RT Machinery, to meet its low noise and carbon emissions requirements.

Orbit is one of the largest housing groups in the

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Open forum activity

Mjc replied to Andrew . Perkins's discussion When is to cold to work / do certain jobs .
"You've asked what I was thinking, I too still have hedge cutting and some grass still to cut but worrying about doing them this week. Frustrating to have work to keep me busy until Christmas but may not be able to do it. But I would hate to ruin…"
1 hour ago
Honey Badger replied to Andrew . Perkins's discussion When is to cold to work / do certain jobs .
"I don't cut any Conifers after the end of October."
2 hours ago
Billybop replied to Andrew . Perkins's discussion When is to cold to work / do certain jobs .
"Yes it's unfortunate that we have gone from mild weather in november, albeit a bit wet, to these bitter temperatures forecasted. Was hoping to get some final lawn cuts in and also some hedges still to do. I have also heard before that frost can…"
2 hours ago
Andrew . Perkins posted a discussion
Looks like winter arriving this coming week , I usually carry on if it a frost / thaws by dinner time . I've still got quite a few jobs to get done yet mainly conifer hedges I usually would just do them but forecast of - 5 to - 7 overnight with day…
8 hours ago
Angela Sharp replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"That really made me laugh because it's so true!"
23 hours ago
Angela Sharp replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"I wish!"
23 hours ago
Angela Sharp replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"No, it's ok. I haven't finished it yet, and there is some ddd on the inside which I must address while I can get to it. Yes, the whole wild shooting aspect is a concern. But I could perhaps prune anything too unruly back in summer - August is a good…"
23 hours ago
Angela Sharp replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"Good idea.  Thanks!"
23 hours ago
Luke brooks replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"Looks fine to me, nothing wrong with your pruning. Once complete I would remove all leaf litter and weed underneath and to highlight the tree, apply a dark soil conditioner it will help the tree and look good "
23 hours ago
Andrew Townsend replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"Hi Angela.
You say the spread of the Japanes Maple in the photo  "seems all consuming to the client" and I think you chose your words well. I also encounter customers who  get quite fixated about something and you can't talk them out of it no matter…"
yesterday
Billybop replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"looks good to me... often the work done is dependent upon reading the client's expectations, if they are a couple, one might say hack it back and the other, be gentle. It can take the skills of a hostage negotiator to achieve an acceptable compromise"
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Angela Sharp replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"As you'll see from my reply and photo above I have already removed quite a bit of material - both from previous dieback and simply to reduce its size. I'm a little concerned that if I take too much more off the right side all those branches will…"
yesterday
Angela Sharp replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"Ha! Regrettably client would otherwise get a tree surgeon in and I'm not sure who they use, but some will not be very careful. I don't want to prune it but they may otherwise take it out completely. This is what I've done so far. Haven't done much…"
yesterday
Tim Owen replied to Angela Sharp's discussion Japanese acer tree pruning
"The one thing I have learned pruning Acers is you should never prune in spring when the sap is rising.As the sap gushes out therefore weakening the tree.Acer dissectum with it,s pendulas habit always have a lot of dead stems in the canopy that need…"
yesterday
Tim Wallach liked PGM's discussion Selling Tools
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Stuart Poole replied to Alexander Walker's discussion Stump Grinder
"Buy, it will earn you money we have a pedestrian Lumag stump grinder BSF15 been very reliable. Paid for its self in less than a year. £1755.00 including vat."
yesterday
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Selling Tools

Hi all, selling off some equipment as no longer needed. I won't put loads of pictures up here in the main forum. If interested just message me and I can send you pictures then. All items have been serviced annually and in good working order.Hayter…

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Stump Grinder

Hi,I run a small maintenance business up in Fife and am looking to purchase a stump grinder for the occasional days stump grinding. I currently hire one for £100 per day when needed but would rather buy a cheapish one to save the hassle. Any…

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