February 2005 (Page 2)

Steve joins Complete Weed Control

Steve Hill has joined Complete Weed Control after purchasing the franchise for the West Pennine area.

in Industry News - on 16/2/05

Hard work pays dividends

Hard work pays dividends

After playing 28 matches, plus several training sessions, up to the end of January the Kenilworth Road pitch is now at its thinnest. In my 12 years as...

in Football - on 15/2/05

Strong showing for inaugural Golf Industry Show in Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. -- The 2005 Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) Education Conference and inaugural Golf Industry Show wrapped up a...

in Golf - on 14/2/05

Pests: Leather jackets

Leather jackets are a widespread pest problem on sports turf, particularly on golf courses in the UK and throughout Europe. More inside.

in Consultancy - on 14/2/05

Industry urged to support turf show

David Clarke, Chief Executive of the Turfgrass Growers Association (TGA) has urged the industry to show its support for natural turf by attending its 2005...

in Industry News - on 14/2/05

Merits of workshop maintenance (Part two)

Workshop maintenance

We keep a fairly large stock of parts to minimise down time but it can soon get out of hand if not carefully monitored, nonetheless it is essential to...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 11/2/05

Chelsea's training pitches join Premier League

Largest UK washed turf contract. After years coping with indifferent training grounds, this season sees Premier League Chelsea with practise pitches on...

in Football - on 11/2/05

NFL Players Annual Field Survey

Annual Field Survey

Almost 85% of professional footballers in the United State's National Football League prefer to play on natural grass surfaces. This is just one of the...

in Industry News - on 11/2/05

Latest WRAP Golf Course Case Study

The latest WRAP study focuses on the use of processed sand at Carden Park Golf Course.

in Golf - on 11/2/05

Climate Change and the need for Drainage

Climate Change

Many clubs and sports turf managers are addressing the problem by investing in an efficient drainage system. The wet winter months provide an ideal opportunity...

in Industry News - on 11/2/05

Aiming for Perfection.

SISIS with a number of other turf professional companies are organising two seminar/demo days at the beginning of March. More inside.

in Industry News - on 10/2/05

Myerscough student wins GSB Turf Prize

GSB Loams enjoyed an excellent BTME at Harrogate this January with record numbers of visitors coming to their stand despite the harsh weather at the start...

in Consultancy - on 10/2/05

BSH highlights from BTME

Bill Beaumont and a BAGCC charity auction pull the crowds at BTME.

in Industry News - on 10/2/05

The 9th Annual Sports Turf Short Course

Feb 28 & March 1, 2005 at the Columbus Crew Stadium, Columbus, Ohio.

in Industry News - on 9/2/05

Real put faith in Desso

Recently, sports fans may have noticed the poor condition of Madrid’s grass pitch. After consulting experts at Desso, Real decided to renew the pitch...

in Football - on 9/2/05

2004 Dealer of the year awards

CSE Equipment of Cape Town in South Africa is the Ransomes Jacobsen Distributor of the Year for 2004. Full list of winners.

in Industry News - on 9/2/05

Heftee Industries Announcement

Heftee Industries announces Heftee 4000 Certification for EU Directive and UK Distribution Programme.

in Industry News - on 9/2/05

Dunfermline pitch lambasted again

Dunfermline's synthetic under fire.

in Football - on 9/2/05

Pests: The Chafer Grub

Chafer grubs can cause serious amounts of damage to fine turf situations such as golf greens, tees, fairways and bowling greens.

in Consultancy - on 9/2/05

Inturf respond to suspension

Inturf respond

We have issued this press statement today to set the record straight in response to the public announcement of the suspension of Inturf’s maintenance...

in Industry News - on 8/2/05