A major overhaul of equipment and the adoption of cutting-edge technology is driving a new, long-term strategy at The Leicestershire Golf Club.
in Golf - on 2/9/22
Long-standing John Deere dealer JW Doubleday is to be sold to Ben Burgess in line with the manufacturer’s Dealer of Tomorrow strategy.
in Machinery & Mechanics - on 26/8/22
Tallis Amos Group (TAG) has confirmed plans for a new depot in Shropshire at Allscott between Shrewsbury and Telford.
in Industry News - on 20/8/22
John Deere is calling on former and soon-to-be ex-servicemen and women to consider joining its dealership network as Qualified Technicians.
in Machinery & Mechanics - on 4/8/22
Tallis Amos Group (TAG) has confirmed it has been appointed as the John Deere dealer to cover Shrewsbury and Newport in Shropshire offering full sales,...
in Machinery & Mechanics - on 23/7/22
Embracing electric and improving efficiency were two of the standout reasons why Hartpury College and University turned to John Deere when it needed a...
in Machinery & Mechanics - on 4/7/22
Great expectations: presenting world-class football pitches at St George’s Park.
in Football - on 22/6/22
A dramatic change of careers paid off for SRUC student Ben Matthews, after his tutors unanimously named him the winner of this year’s HNC Golf Course...
in Golf - on 30/5/22
At Killarney Golf and Fishing Club, presentation is everything. With breathtaking views out over Lough Leane and the undulating Killarney National Park...
in Golf - on 3/4/22
When Jack Fairhead heard he’d won a brand new John Deere X127 ride-on mower worth £3500, he couldn’t believe his luck
in Industry News - on 26/3/22
John Deere has set out its vision for a more connected, guided and electrified future for greenkeepers as the company prepares to make more ground-breaking...
in Golf - on 22/3/22
Chorley Golf Club has got its 125-year anniversary year off to a good start by updating its machinery fleet
in Golf - on 17/3/22
John Deere is deeply saddened by the significant escalation of events in Ukraine. The safety, welfare, and well-being of our employees in the region remain...
in Industry News - on 10/3/22
Symbio’s Martin Ward says that, as our understanding of soil biology increases, autumn renovations may be improved and simplified by adopting new technologies...
in Cricket - on 23/9/16
Symbio’s Martin Ward says that, if we could halve the time taken to grow in new sports pitches, golf courses or bowling greens, the cost of construction...
in Football - on 19/8/16
Symbio’s Martin Ward says that turf diseases are an inherent part of the design of sand based pitches and USGA specification greens, relying as they...
in Golf - on 5/5/16
Symbio’s Managing Director Martin Ward says that there is an alternative to hollow coring and deep scarification; one that will significantly reduce...
in Pests & Diseases - on 18/3/16
Martin Ward says the development of sports turf rootzones has concentrated on physical and chemical management of the grass
in Consultancy - on 10/2/16
In the first of a series of articles, Symbio’s Managing Director Martin Ward looks at how healthy soil works and why natural grass systems remain friable,...
in Golf - on 28/11/15
Soil organic matter has come in for some bad press recently, much of it unjustified, says Symbio’s Martin Ward
in Consultancy - on 10/2/14