July 2006 (page 1)

Award-winning school garden is officially opened

ENVIRONMENTALLY-friendly company Dunweedin’ has helped a school boost its ‘green’ credentials.

in Industry News - on 30/7/06

Tractor keeps villagers a cut above

Good management of grassed areas and open spaces is one of the most important considerations for residents as a means of creating civic pride. By choosing...

in Industry News - on 29/7/06

Building on long term relationships

In the early nineteen eighties, no one seems to be able to remember the exact year, Paul Burtonshaw of SportsDrainage was asked if anything could be done...

in Industry News - on 29/7/06

Can Moles be used to improve Football Pitches?

Cranfield University’s Sports Surface group recently presented the results of a £65k research project funded by the Football Foundation at a seminar...

in Industry News - on 28/7/06

New Ascot - From the Horse's Mouth

“A resounding success” has been the common verdict following the opening of the new grandstand and race track at Ascot in June.

in Equestrian - on 28/7/06

Dennis Trio brings Twin Benefits

A trio of Dennis FT mowers is enabling Waveney District Council in Suffolk to achieve the twin benefits of fine quality turf and significant efficiency...

in Industry News - on 28/7/06

The Full Motty

The Full Motty

The Adams and Stewart soil binding test (ASSB) or Motty test as it is commonly known is still a very good method for measuring soil strength. Particularly...

in Training & Education - on 27/7/06

Win a Ferrari Experience with Technical Surfaces at IOG SALTEX 2006

At SALTEX 2006, Technical Surfaces will be inviting visitors to the show the chance of winning a Ferrari experience by handing the card within the carrier...

in Industry News - on 26/7/06

Badger damage- What can be done?

Badgers and their setts are protected under the Protection of Badgers Act 1992, which makes it illegal to kill, injure or take badgers or to interfere...

in Training & Education - on 25/7/06

Dakota Tender fills contractor with delight

The tremendous versatility and high work-rate of a newly acquired Dakota 440 Turf Tender are enabling a drainage contractor in the northwest of England...

in Best of the Rest - on 25/7/06

BSH supports contractor’s launch event

British Seed Houses supported one of its key customers when they formally launched a new sportsturf contracting division at Newcastle United Football Club...

in Best of the Rest - on 25/7/06

Scotts offers Hi-Tech Approach and Expert Advice

To highlight its position in the turfcare industry as a Total Solution Provider, Scotts Professional is featuring a technical advice centre at the Saltex...

in Industry News - on 24/7/06

Charged water particles mimic Sun’s long wavelength energy

Long wavelength energy

Science continues to push the boundaries, providing another growth extension aid for Groundsmen and Greenkeepers. It is a unique, environmentally friendly...

in Training & Education - on 24/7/06

Hurrell's New Seed Catalogue

Hurrell & McLean Seeds Ltd. are pleased to announce the publication of their first full colour amenity grass and Wild Flora seed catalogue.

in Industry News - on 22/7/06

Sustainable golf at Delamere Forest

There has been lot of debate recently about sustainable golf. At this year’s Harrogate Show there were two days dedicated to the issue with guest speakers...

in Golf - on 22/7/06

PGA and Ransomes Jacobsen sign three year deal

Ransomes Jacobsen have signed a three-year agreement where the Ipswich-based turf equipment manufacturer becomes the Official supplier of turfcare equipment...

in Golf - on 20/7/06

Sherriff Amenity Launch Waste Recycling Scheme.

One of the most talked about subjects in the amenity arena is waste and how it should be disposed of. In May 2006 the Agricultural, Horticultural and Amenity...

in Industry News - on 20/7/06

Trimax celebrate 25years trading

Trimax Mowing Systems is celebrating 25 years of excellence this year. For this special anniversary the company is proud to release the new TrailMaster...

in Industry News - on 20/7/06