June 2006 (page 3)

Drought Tolerant Turf?

The drought is top of mind this year for anyone in the turf business. With hosepipe bands in the south and possible drought orders coming down the pipe...

in Industry News - on 8/6/06

Sports surfaces , quantifying their performance requirements.

There were approximately 40 delegates with a mixture of academics and practitioners including leading figures from the sports surface industry. The workshop...

in Training & Education - on 8/6/06

Best of Both Worlds

Six major companies have joined together to present two days of working demonstrations and seminar presentations to advise on creating and maintaining...

in Training & Education - on 7/6/06

Our 20,000th Member Logs In

20,000th Member

The 20,000th Pitchcare member logged into our site on Saturday 3rd June at 09:13.

in Industry News - on 7/6/06

Where in the World? Competition - Winner Announced

We are delighted to announce the winner of the SISIS "Where in the World ...?" competition. It is Charles Johnson of Woking & Horsell Cricket Club, Surrey...

in Industry News - on 6/6/06

Turf Care evolves at Shrewsbury School.

With Charles Darwin amongst its more famous pupils, it is not surprising that Shrewsbury School is taking a scientific approach to its grounds maintenance...

in Industry News - on 6/6/06

New workshop for Wales

WALES is a hive of activity as the Celtic Manor Resort in the City of Newport hosts the prestigious Wales Open and prepares the new golf course, ready...

in Industry News - on 6/6/06

Pride Park Summer Renovations

Derby County renovations

Another season done and dusted. Actually, it has not been a bad one for us, in total we only had about 65 hours of play and training at the stadium. At...

in Football - on 6/6/06

Wales Open a great success

Wales Open

This year's Wales Open provided some of the best golf yet seen at The Celtic Manor Resort. Day one saw the course record beaten by Phillip Archer-details...

in Golf - on 5/6/06

Rooting problems reversed on sand based greens

A Southern Course Manager is getting to grips with the unusual problem of turf refusing to root on greens built to USGA spec.

in Industry News - on 3/6/06

Burhill Group signs Preferred deal for TORO course machinery and irrigation

Toro has secured a five-year preferred supplier agreement with the Burhill Group for both course machinery and irrigation. The deal includes eight of the...

in Industry News - on 3/6/06

Turbo mower takes Cheltenham in its stride

A John Deere 1600T wide area rotary mower is proving a worthy addition to the grass cutting machinery fleet at Cheltenham Racecourse.

in Industry News - on 2/6/06

Scotts Professional &Turf-Seed Europe announce close collaboration

Scotts Professional &Turf-Seed Europe announce close collaboration

in Industry News - on 2/6/06

Statement on Water Meeting

Representatives from across the water industry, including water companies, the industry body Water UK, Ofwat, the Environment Agency, and the Consumer...

in Industry News - on 1/6/06

Providing safe play space

The National Playing fields Association has been running its playing field risk assessment course for ILAM for a number of years. The aim is to set out...

in Industry News - on 1/6/06

FIFA request more Ransomes Jacobsen equipment at the World Cup

Ransomes Jacobsen, a Textron Inc (NYSE: TXT) company, have been asked by FIFA to provide further turf maintenance equipment for the World Cup tournament...

in Industry News - on 1/6/06