September 2004 (Page 4)

An Olympic feat

It’s always good to hear about British glory at the Olympics, but away from the official medal tables, other Brits have been achieving top honours in...

in Industry News - on 5/9/04

Islands of Wildflowers

Islands of Wildflowers

in Local Authority - on 3/9/04

Worfield wins through to USA

Worfield Golf Club from Shropshire has won the Great Britain and Ireland national final of the 2004 John Deere Team Championship, held for the first time...

in Golf - on 3/9/04

New rapeseed based hydraulic oil available from John Deere

John Deere has introduced an improved biodegradable oil produced from oilseed rape. Bio-Hy-Gard II is approved for use in the transmissions and hydraulics...

in Industry News - on 3/9/04

New home, new season,new problems

New home, new season

Having seen this field being reconstructed for what was the third time in just three years, we have always expressed concerns after seeing ducks on there...

in Football - on 3/9/04

Hayter supply Loughborough University

Loughborough University, the UK’s leading Sports University, have recently chosen Hayter machines to maintain the grass areas on the campus. Products...

in Industry News - on 3/9/04

A real future for 'processed sand'

Processed sand

Over the last few weeks, a series of events and comments from key industry figures have established that sand derived from recycled glass, or "processed...

in Golf - on 3/9/04

PA Weather Centre to demonstrate WeatherCast at SALTEX

As far as the weather is concerned this summer, and even by British standards, we have suffered an incredibly mixed bag. For ground staff preparing pitches,...

in Parks - on 3/9/04

Unsung Heroes - Nomination Form

The opportunity to nominate a dedicated, but unsung, member of your greens or grounds care staff for one of the industry's more deserving awards.

in Industry News - on 2/9/04

Thieving B*******

Thieving B*******

Occasionally we hear of machinery being stolen but a recent experience, posted on the Message Board by one of our members, is particularly disturbing.

in Industry News - on 1/9/04