February 2010 (Page 1)

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Ransomes Jacobsen, the Ipswich-based turf maintenance equipment manufacturer, has appointed Steve Barnfather to the newly created role of Trade Sales Manager...

in Industry News - on 28/2/10


A Desert Oasis ...

The Director of Agronomy at The Royal Golf Club in Bahrain, Mark Hooker, shares his experiences of greenkeeping in the Middle East

in Golf - on 28/2/10


The Gingerbread Men visit Aberystwyth to see the British Seed Houses breeding programme

in Golf - on 28/2/10

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One of the West Midlands’ largest local authorities has purchased 12 new Allett Buffalo pedestrian mowers to help with its prestige grass-cutting contracts...

in Local Authority - on 27/2/10

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One principle that is generally accepted is that overseeding is necessary to achieve fine playing surfaces and that the absolute key to successful overseeding...

in Industry News - on 27/2/10

Grass Nutrition for Early Spring Growth

Why don’t our greens look like Augusta or my club in Spain or Portugal or just about anywhere but here? –This is the annual spring complaint of golfers...

in Industry News - on 27/2/10

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A 38hp Massey Ferguson compact tractor purchased in spring 2009 by North Somerset Council’s Grounds Services is proving a versatile and worthwhile addition...

in Local Authority - on 26/2/10

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After the recent introduction of an innovative, durable, budget-friendly knapsack sprayer range offering top quality innovation to the UK turf and amenities...

in Industry News - on 26/2/10


Jabber from the hut

Alan Hamilton, Guernsey Cricket Board’s Head Groundsman, steps out of his hut to talk about cricket on the island. It speaks volumes about a community...

in Cricket - on 26/2/10

SPL allows use of Fir Park this week but warns Motherwell's 'inadequate' pitch must improve

The SPL has accepted Motherwell's assurances that their Fir Park pitch will be fit to host Saturday's match against Kilmarnock but will continue its ongoing...

in Football - on 25/2/10

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An innovative new design set to make groundsmen’s lives a lot easier was launched today.

in Football - on 25/2/10

Lothian clubs in survival struggle

Golf clubs in and around Edinburgh are fighting for survival as they battle it out to attract new members at a time when the number of people playing the...

in Golf - on 25/2/10

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A new grass seed mixture for winter games pitches has been turning heads at trial plots throughout the country as groundsmen begin to prepare in earnest...

in Industry News - on 25/2/10


OPICO has further expanded its range of tailor-made front linkages for Kubota tractors with a new linkage for the M5740 series. It has a lift capacity...

in Industry News - on 25/2/10

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Five-star resort’s new Toro fleet named after golf’s big hitters

in Industry News - on 24/2/10

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A John Deere 3036E, one of the company’s new value line of compact tractors, is more than pulling its weight at Norwich International Airport.

in Industry News - on 24/2/10


Celtic Manor

As turfcare grows more complex, greenkeepers and managers must rely for success not only on their own expertise but also on that of specialist service...

in Golf - on 24/2/10


The growing reputation of Crocodile Golf across the globe received a further boost recently.

in Golf - on 23/2/10


Attention to driver comfort is paying dividends for New Holland as the company completes a successful nationwide groundcare demonstration tour.

in Industry News - on 23/2/10

E-Z-GO Fleet helps celebrate Re Launch of Abu Dhabi City Golf Club

Desert Turfcare, E-Z-GO’s distributor for Bahrain, Qatar and the UAE, has delivered a fleet of E-Z-GO golf cars and shuttle vehicles to the newly renovated...

in Golf - on 23/2/10