September 2005 (page 1)

Chepstow jump race gets go-ahead

Chepstow Racecourse's first race of the jumps season on 8 October will go ahead after the track passed an inspection.

in Equestrian - on 30/9/05

New 3G Stadium Goal launched

The UK’s leading Sports Equipment manufacturer Harrod UK, has launched the ‘3G’ Stadium Goal, the goal is designed for use at the highest level of...

in Football - on 30/9/05

Autumn ideal time to control Ragwort

With autumn the optimum time to control ragwort, Bayer Environmental Science is reminding land owners (including golf clubs and local authority amenity...

in Industry News - on 30/9/05

Adlington Golf Centre opts for Wiedenmann Terra Spike

Adlington Golf Centre, situated close to Poynton midway between Stockport and Macclesfied in Cheshire, has recently purchased a Wiedenmann Terra Spike...

in Industry News - on 30/9/05

IOG Scotsturf will be Bigger and Better

For the first time in over 25 years, the IOG Scotsturf show (9-10 November, Royal Highland Showground, Edinburgh) is staging a demonstration zone featuring...

in Industry News - on 30/9/05

360 Golf refreshes the challenge at Piltdown Golf Club

Remodelling will regenerate heather at 101-year old golf course.

in Golf - on 30/9/05

BLEC machines for perfect maintenance

BLEC Landscaping and Equipment Co Ltd has earned a considerable reputation for manufacturing and supplying quality equipment for the preparation of golf...

in Industry News - on 29/9/05

7th Slovenian Educational Conference

Educational Conference

Details of the forthcoming education seminars in Slovenia, where 80 GCSAA education points are on offer for attending this event. Registration and seminar...

in Training & Education - on 29/9/05

End of season renovations at Trent Bridge.

We were able to start our renovations early this year, beginning in the first week of September and ideal time to maximise the favourable soil and air...

in Cricket - on 29/9/05

Ross hits new heights through GTC Training

Troon golf enthusiast Ross Page has reached the highest levels in greenkeeping - thanks to Greenkeepers Training Committee (GTC) approved training centres....

in Training & Education - on 28/9/05

Safety First for Bromley

Health & Safety is a serious matter which, in the light of recent fatal accidents, has now become a key issue for many involved in grounds maintenance....

in Industry News - on 28/9/05

Spider Laptime challenge proves a real hit at Saltex

The Spider Laptime Challenge on Ransomes Jacobsen’s demonstration plot at SALTEX attracted hundreds of entrants during the three days of the exhibition...

in Industry News - on 28/9/05

Lindum's Grass Wall

indum have taken Grassfelt (living turf grown into reinforced felt) literally “up the wall” in their latest by-product of this versatile material....

in Industry News - on 26/9/05

Sports Turf Industry backs motorbike champions

Three well-know companies, Tarmac Topsport, Nickerson Seeds and Inturf have helped Mike Seward, MD of Wigginton based Seward Turf Maintenance ride into...

in Industry News - on 26/9/05

Derek leaves a fine trail to follow at Sussex CCC

Sussex CCC Head Groundsman, Derek Traill, has left his job with the club. His decision to leave was brought about by a life changing opportunity to work...

in Cricket - on 26/9/05

Same Deutz-Fahr UK appoints three new dealers

Same Deutz-Fahr UK’s plan for continuous expansion has resulted in three new dealers being appointed to handle its Deutz brand: Day and Coles in Northamptonshire,...

in Industry News - on 25/9/05

Greens improvement at Phoenix Sports & Social Club

Steve Swindell, head groundsman at Phoenix Sports & Social Club in Rotherham says that since the club bought a Jacobsen Greens King VI earlier in the season...

in Industry News - on 25/9/05

Another First from Ultra Spreader

Ultraspreader International, the specialist manufacturers and suppliers of top dressers and grounds maintenance equipment, have added a new feature to...

in Industry News - on 24/9/05