Jacobsen’s HR600 is a class-leading, 11.4-foot width-of-cut rotary mower, designed to deliver more uptime and less upkeep. It features individual hydraulic deck motors with self-lubricating integral bearings, a fully sealed rear axle, and parking brakes integrated into the front wheel motors, allowing operators to save up to 50 hours of annual routine maintenance.
All new from the ground up, the SC181H hydro-drive 18-inch sod cutter is built upon a rugged foundation with a newly designed superstructure frame that features 50 additional pounds of steel and supports a new heavy-duty drive and cut system, designed for the ultimate in smooth cutting, rugged reliability and simple operation.
A new fungicide for the control of dollar spot has been registered for use in Canada. Pinpoint™ fungicide, a product of Valent Canada and Nufarm Agriculture, optimizes disease management programs for golf course superintendents by providing consistent turf quality throughout the season while helping combat dollar spot resistance.
The redesigned Cool Flow auxiliary hydraulic cooler from Loftness meets the needs of tool carriers and other machines operating in the most demanding conditions. Along with a conveniently decreased profile, the Cool Flow’s increased cooling capacity keeps machines and attachments running safely until the job is done.
Land Pride's RS15 & RS20 Series Ripper Shanks are ideal for fracturing compacted hardpan from years of use. The shanks also have applications in commercial landscaping, construction, farms, ranches, and municipal maintenance programs.
Jacobsen, a Textron Inc. company, has launched its new HR800 16-foot-wide rotary mower which weighs nearly 2,000 pounds less than other mowers and is able to mow 20-plus acres per hour, making it ideal for use on sports fields, parks and green spaces, schools, airports, commercial grounds and golf courses.
The innovative GeoLink™ system will be available for the Toro® Multi Pro® 5800 initially, with plans to offer it for a broader range of Toro sprayers in the future. Toro has partnered with Topcon Positioning Systems, a world leader in precision measurement and positioning systems, to provide the all-new GPS spraying solution. In an effort to maximize accuracy, the system will be available in both Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) or Real Time Kinematic (RTK) correction system configurations. Using the RTK system, the new GPS sprayer from Toro is accurate and repeatable to within one centimetre of set parameters.
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SIMA 22nd Snow & Ice Symposium
June 25-28, 2019
TPI Summer Convention & Field Days
July 23-25, 2019