September 2007 (page 1)

A knotty problem

Of all the invasive plants that threaten our rural landscape, Japanese knotweed is the one feared most. But now a new stem injection treatment system is...

in Consultancy - on 30/9/07

The new SQRL walk-behind greens sweeper and the CAT 800 ride-on core collector will form the centrepiece of Turfmech’s Scotsturf exhibit.

in Industry News - on 30/9/07

The paper describes two greenhouse-based pilot studies to control earthworms in sports surfaces via engineering the soil profile to prevent vertical burrowing....

in Consultancy - on 29/9/07

The International Golf Course Equipment Managers Association (IGCEMA) is announcing the development of “The Edwin Budding Award”.

in Golf - on 28/9/07

To be featured on the Massey Ferguson stand (H15) at this year’s IOG Scotsturf exhibition will be an MF1547 compact tractor equipped with Dyna-QPS...

in Industry News - on 28/9/07

Plant Protection Products

A proposal has been put before the European Parliament to amend the current legislation that governs how and where plant protection products can be used....

in Industry News - on 28/9/07

Heather has in recent years been on a decline and has caused much concern for environmentalist groups. Currently, there is a growing recognition of the...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 27/9/07

Rolawn, Britain's largest turf grower and leading topsoil supplier have appointed Steve Pilcher as manager at their Sevenoaks Depot.

in Industry News - on 27/9/07

Wiedenmann’s new MCS Favorit 650 collector has a distinctive look and an equally distinctive range of features that set it apart.

in Industry News - on 27/9/07

As well as meeting the company’s Scottish staff, visitors to the stand at IOG Scotsturf 2007 will be able to compete for a daily prize in a fantastic...

in Industry News - on 26/9/07

There’s a fantastic prize up for grabs on the BSH stand. When you enter the show you’ll be handed an entry form.

in Industry News - on 26/9/07

The LDCA Guide

It’s amazing that in spite of this summer’s massive amount of rainfall the country’s major sporting events have all taken place without cancellation....

in Industry News - on 26/9/07

Providing an insight into the free time of Harper Adams Grounds Manager, Mark Hall

in Industry News - on 26/9/07

In 1900 when Rudolf Diesel presented his ignition engine at the World Exhibition in Paris, it was designed to run on peanut oil.

in Industry News - on 26/9/07

The greens at Bellingham Golf Course, regarded by many as Northumberland’s ‘friendliest’ club, have benefited greatly from a seeding makeover, using...

in Industry News - on 25/9/07

The internet based turf disease forecasting service, www.GreenCast.co.uk is forecasting a high risk of Fusarium Patch to hit turf across the UK this week....

in Industry News - on 25/9/07

Clacton-on-Sea Golf Club, in Essex, has seen a dramatic improvement in the quality of its course and made big financial savings after entering into a...

in Industry News - on 25/9/07

Nemasys J, from Scotts, is an innovative new biological control which is proven to be highly effective at combating leatherjackets, and can be used as...

in Industry News - on 25/9/07