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The Etesia and Pellenc brands have had monumental success over the past twelve months and in recognition of this achievement, dealers from across the UK gathered at the ‘Partners in Excellence’ awards.

3314727200?profile=RESIZE_480x480Over 60 dealers made the trip to the Heart of Eng

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Limagrain UK has announced the appointment of new amenity seed specialist Bruce Elliot. Bruce will be covering the southern area of the UK.

Bruce brings with him over 20 years of industry experience, predominantly in professional football where he has

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Etesia UK has confirmed its attendance at the ‘Coping with Slopes’ event which is being held on 22nd October. The company say recent reports of operators losing their lives in bank mowing accidents have triggered a high demand for demonstrations of t

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Etesia UK has announced a special offer which will enable anyone to trade in their old petrol machine which can be used as a cash discount on a brand new Pellenc battery-powered model.

This special offer will allow you to swap your old petrol chainsaw

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For the past 25 years, innovation has been the key to Etesia’s success. During this period the company’s research and development department have constantly manufactured a series of innovative machines that have revolutionised green space maintenance

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Pellenc Launch New ‘Cow-Horn Handle’ Brushcutter

Once again, Pellenc is proving that it is technologically ahead of the field with the launch of its Excelion 2000 ‘cow-horn’ handle professional brushcutter, sold exclusively in the UK by Etesia.

3314148214?profile=RESIZE_480x480The new Excelion 2000 is also part of an introductory l

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A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

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Open forum activity

David Benson replied to paul watson's discussion Chinese made equipment
"i bet you have machines that have got Chinese parts in them, most of the garden machines have had Chinese components in them for years"
3 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to paul watson's discussion Chinese made equipment
"You won't be buying much then!!  I don't for one moment blame the Chinese for the virus.... OK, it started there but.they didn't "create" it on purpose and something similar could just as easily have started in any other country.... even the UK.  Ho…"
3 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to paul watson's discussion Chinese made equipment
"So you won't be buying any new machines then?
You will be extremely unlikely to find any machine out there that has no parts from China.
also having lived in China I think you may be surprised to find that 99% of Chinese are good people. They live u…"
4 hours ago
Andrew Liddle replied to Dougie's discussion Rear roller mower
"Have a look at the ‘Question of stripes’ discussion. I have the same question as you about the Weibang.  Still not fully decided, but leaning toward a Cobra Pro roller.  It seems whatever lawn mower you look at, there are good and bad reviews and ex…"
4 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion Mulching Mowers
"I very nearly bought a Toro SmartStow last year as this can be stored vertically, and I was looking to free up some space in my NV200 van, things can get a bit tight carrying two mowers and all the other gear."
4 hours ago
John F replied to Chris's discussion Mulching Mowers
"I wouldn't recommend the following machine for your purpose Chris but it would be a brand i would consider if i was in your position .
My first lawnmower and only machine when i started out seven years ago was a Toro recycler TX159 personal pace 48…"
5 hours ago
Ben Gilg replied to Dougie's discussion Rear roller mower
"My 48 Pro is just shy of it's 3 year commercial warrenty and currently sat in the dealers workshop as it's lost it's umph, new belts and drives in all 3 gears at different speeds but the top speed is slow as.
Whilst it's there I've been loaned a Hay…"
5 hours ago
paul watson posted a discussion
Hi everyone, Personally I would not be buying anything made in China, Because of the covid 19  virus I believe there will be a kickback at chinese products and thus availability of parts. Never mind conspiracy theories, the chinese have covered up d…
6 hours ago
GaryRK replied to GaryRK @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion The LJN Covid-19 Business articles / advice hub
"Corrected :)
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8 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to GaryRK @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion The LJN Covid-19 Business articles / advice hub
"Gary - your link just takes you to *this* page..."
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GaryRK replied to GaryRK @ Landscape Juice Network's discussion The LJN Covid-19 Business articles / advice hub
"Perennial Coronavirus COVID-19 news update (3 April 2020).docx"
9 hours ago
Richard Matthews replied to Richard Matthews's discussion Stolen Logo
"Hi
Yeah ive had it before, someone in Scotland took the design,  solicitor told me not to bother, just infuriates me that people think its ok. Dont know where he got it but website is copyrighted so he may have got it from there or just plain old go…"
12 hours ago
Jonathan Davidson replied to Richard Matthews's discussion Stolen Logo
"Hello Richard,
 
are you in warwickshire and he in West Sussex, that is quite a way away from you not to cause any issues. I don’t have any set logos etc as sole trader so can’t advise on the use of them  but only the other day I was admiring yours…"
14 hours ago
Dougie posted a discussion
Hi i am looking to buy a rear roller lawnmower i have been looking at weibang legacy 48 pro lawnmower ans am wondering if there a better option than the weibang
14 hours ago
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15 hours ago
Andrew Watts replied to Richard Matthews's discussion Stolen Logo
"The logo is on the internet, it's not trademarked or images copyrighted. So I don't think it's something that (a) you can do anything about, and (b) shouldn't be too worried about either. It's only a logo and it's far enough away.
I would send him a…"
16 hours ago
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Chinese made equipment

Hi everyone, Personally I would not be buying anything made in China, Because of the covid 19  virus I believe there will be a kickback at chinese products and thus availability of parts. Never mind conspiracy theories, the chinese have covered up…

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3 Replies · Reply by David Benson 3 hours ago

Stolen Logo

Few weeks ago i had a call from West Sussex Police asking if i had a white Transit as it had been used in a crime. I was shocked as i have never been to West SussexI forgot about it until now where i thought id google myself, we all do that right?…

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7 Replies · Reply by Richard Matthews 12 hours ago