May 2009 (Page 2)

The weather beat us - Regan

Stewart Regan insists the match would have been called off earlier had Yorkshire not installed a new drainage system

in Cricket - on 25/5/09

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Creeping Bentgrass

In Ireland, creeping bentgrass has become the grass of choice for most new golf course developments or for renovation projects in recent years. Successful...

in Golf - on 25/5/09

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A Past President of the English Golf Union, member of The R&A for 47 years and a world renowned Golf Course Architect Donald has had the most varied life...

in Industry News - on 24/5/09

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British Rootzone and Topdressing Association ensure consistent and repeatable standards of rootzone and topdressing.

in Best of the Rest - on 24/5/09

Wolves playing the field at Molineux

Tim Nash explains how the Molineux playing surface could make all the difference to the Premier League campaign.

in Football - on 23/5/09

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Active8 Leisure Ltd has invested in new golf course maintenance equipment with a retail value in excess of £130,000 for its Ellesmere Port Golf Centre....

in Industry News - on 23/5/09

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Nick of time

From the other side of the world comes this article from our sister site, Pitchcare Oceania. And it’s interesting to note that, even at one of Australia’s...

in Tennis - on 23/5/09

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Health & Safety

The need to have a well-planned, thorough health and safety policy is crucial across many sectors, not least one that works daily with potentially dangerous...

in Industry News - on 23/5/09

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Native wild flowers supplied by British Wild Flower Plants (BWFPs) have helped The Fenland Alchemist Garden take ‘best in show’ in the Courtyard category...

in Industry News - on 22/5/09

Headingley hopes go down the drain

England’s one-day international with West Indies at Headingley Carnegie was washed out yesterday because drainage work was not completed in time.

in Cricket - on 22/5/09

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Elm Park Golf & Sports Club in Dublin has expanded its Kubota equipment fleet with the purchase of a second STV36 compact tractor and an L5740 mid-range...

in Industry News - on 21/5/09

Grounds For Optimism 2009

While pre-season may be a time for the players to take a much-deserved breather there are many other areas at Wolves which remain as busy as ever.

in Football - on 21/5/09

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Lindum’s latest innovation, The Green Roof Mat has played a key role in Yorkshire Water’s ‘Future Nature’ show garden which took Silver Gilt at...

in Industry News - on 21/5/09

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In a first for John Deere dealer Golf & Turf of Wokingham in Berkshire, The Royal Blackheath Golf Club in Eltham, south east London, has renewed a five...

in Industry News - on 21/5/09

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STRI has employed Jay Dobson to join their regional consultancy team in Scotland. Jay, previously with PSD Agronomy, will take over the role of Regional...

in Industry News - on 20/5/09

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The most recent customer to benefit from Barenbrug’s rapid turf repair mixture BAR 50 SOS is Catterick Racecourse.

in Industry News - on 20/5/09

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New from ECHO, the CS-680 Chainsaw is ideal for work around the farm, park or forest. Powered by a 66.8cm3 two stroke ECHO engine and 50 cm bar, this...

in Industry News - on 20/5/09

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On Thursday 2nd April the first meeting of the Midland Gingerbread Group took place at Enville Golf Club Staffordshire.

in Golf - on 19/5/09

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Richard Stanley, Course Manager at Doncaster Town Moor Golf club has returned to his local Ransomes Jacobsen dealer, Golf & Turf Machinery and purchased...

in Golf - on 19/5/09

Maynard says Cardiff will be fine for Ashes

Glamorgan director of cricket Matthew Maynard insisted the county's Cardiff HQ would have no problems staging the first Ashes Test in July after a pitch...

in Cricket - on 19/5/09