November 2006 (Page 2)

Local Councils crucial to fighting climate change

Local authorities are at the forefront of the UK's efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions, Climate Change Minister Ian Pearson said today, as statistics...

in Industry News - on 27/11/06

American agronomist to deliver drought solutions talk during Harrogate Week

In addition to visiting British Seed Houses’ stand (A13) at Harrogate Week 2007, visitors to the show are invited to attend a presentation by its international...

in Industry News - on 27/11/06

Free Harrogate Charity GreenKeepers Quiz Night

The 2nd Charity Greenkeeper Quiz Night is taking place at the St George Hotel on Tuesday 23rd January. Free entry includes a couple of beers and a free...

in Industry News - on 27/11/06

Worms: Not on the cricket pitch please!

I suppose that introducing the subject of worms just after breakfast on a Sunday morning is not quite the done thing, but the interesting thing is that...

in Industry News - on 27/11/06

wbb sand quarry

Top dressing and rootzone supplier, WBB Minerals, has succeeded in gaining another three years of accreditation under the Energy Efficiency Accreditation...

in Industry News - on 27/11/06


Completing a busy autumn programme on projects of all sizes, specialist contractor MJ Abbott has proved its versatility and reliability at golf clubs throughout...

in Industry News - on 26/11/06


A new high-flow trencher attachment, the LT414, is now available from Bobcat, a business of Ingersoll Rand, a diversified industrial firm.

in Industry News - on 26/11/06

scottes effect 1

Scotts is unveiling three new, high-tech turf products that deliver optimum nourishment, protection against stress, and ensure a beautiful-looking sward...

in Industry News - on 25/11/06

royal st georges 2

John Deere dealer Godfreys of Sevenoaks in Kent has signed a new three year preferred supplier agreement with The Royal St George’s Golf Club at Sandwich,...

in Industry News - on 24/11/06

'Dave's pitch perfect as he scoops top prize'

'Dave's pitch perfect

HALTON Stadium Groundsman Dave Lewis has been named the Rugby League's Groundsperson of the Year for his impeccable pitch.

in Rugby - on 24/11/06

Mapping soils

Mapping soils

In my role as editor and consultant for Pitchcare I often come across many horror stories about poorly constructed and maintained pitches, which in the...

in Training & Education - on 24/11/06

steve denton

STEPHEN DENTON will take on his new role, as Grass Seed Development Manager for leading seed agent Rigby Taylor, in December.

in Industry News - on 23/11/06

IC Distributers

IC Distributors Ltd, based at Tockwith midway between Harrogate and York, has been appointed Ransomes Jacobsen turf equipment dealers for a territory covering...

in Industry News - on 23/11/06


Arboricultural contractors, Nature First have successfully moved 50 semi-mature trees at Brickhampton Golf Complex in Gloucester using their ‘Big John...

in Golf - on 23/11/06


Barenbrug is launching two new grass seed mixtures containing its unique Rhizomatous Tall Fescue (RTF). BAR 10 with RTF and BAR 30 with RTF have both been...

in Industry News - on 22/11/06

Sports Facility Construction - Exhibitions and Seminars

Forthcoming Event: Tuesday 28 November: Sandown Park Racecourse, Surrey.

in Training & Education - on 21/11/06

Top Croquet Club cuts mowing time with TORO

Budleigh Salterton Croquet Club, one of the oldest and largest croquet clubs in the UK, has slashed the time it takes to cut grass after investing in a...

in Industry News - on 21/11/06

Massey Ferguson website highlights new ground care products for 2007

All of the new Massey Ferguson grounds care products due to become available in January 2007 from MF dealers in the UK and Ireland can now be viewed on-line...

in Industry News - on 21/11/06

KPMG announces Golf Industry Benchmarks

Groundbreaking Comparisons of Operational and Financial Information on Golf Courses

in Industry News - on 21/11/06

maples autumn colour

This has been the best year we have seen for autumn colour in a long while mainly due to a dry and sunny October.

in Training & Education - on 21/11/06