June 2010 (Page 1)

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Polaris Britain is helping its ATV dealers to develop new sales skills through the Polaris Business School.

in Industry News - on 30/6/10

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Lechlade Cricket Club in Gloucestershire is reporting noticeable improvements in the condition and consistency of its wickets since the arrival of a new...

in Cricket - on 30/6/10

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Life on the road!

What's life like as a travelling rep? It's not all pub meals and coffees, despite what you all might think. In my short time on the other side of the fence,...

in Industry News - on 30/6/10

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Rolawn’s Medallion turf has been selected for the spectacular Old Manor House Garden at Capel Manor College. The Queens’ Garden, part of the Old Manor...

in Industry News - on 29/6/10

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Tractors designed and built originally for use in agriculture are proving an increasingly important asset for non-farming applications as evidenced by...

in Industry News - on 29/6/10


One of the UK’s most patriotic plant hire firms has applied its distinctive Union Jack livery to four Kubota U30-3 zero tail swing mini excavators after...

in Industry News - on 29/6/10

Championship standard pitch for Exeter City

Exeter City can look forward to playing their football on a 'Championship standard' pitch this season, according to head groundsman Clive Pring.

in Football - on 28/6/10

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Rolawn, Britain’s leading turf grower, have donated their famous Medallion turf and Blended Loam topsoil to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, North...

in Industry News - on 28/6/10

A passion for golf ….ever considered a career as a greenkeeper?

St Andrews Links is internationally recognised the world over as the ‘Home of Golf’. The most renown golfing landscape in the world, it’s the place...

in Golf - on 28/6/10

Divot divas: Meet the European beauties performing the most vital task at this year's Open

When it comes to keeping things neat and tidy, a woman’s touch is often best.

in Golf - on 28/6/10

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Hollow Coring

What size tine? How much topdressing? How long will it take? By Simon Watson STRI Turfgrass Agronomist for Northern Scotland

in Golf - on 28/6/10

Institute of Horticulture conference to tackle big issues of climate change and food security

The Institute of Horticulture is to tackle some of the most challenging issues facing the industry at its annual conference in September.

in Industry News - on 27/6/10

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From the start of the new academic year in September 2010, John Deere’s award winning Ag Tech, Turf Tech and Parts Tech apprentice technician training...

in Training & Education - on 27/6/10

Cricket pitch ‘a danger to players’

A Shrewsbury cricket pitch has come under fire amid fears the playing surface is so dangerous someone could be seriously injured.

in Cricket - on 27/6/10


At a recent press conference Bolton Wanderers, Environmental Turf Technology and Yara announced the signing of a three year contract for the supply of...

in Industry News - on 26/6/10

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One of the world's leading suppliers of all-weather surfaces for golf is helping a host of celebrity golfers raise vital funds for a leukaemia charity....

in Golf - on 26/6/10

Use of chain flail/non standard accessories on brush cutters

Portable, hand-held, combustion engine driven brush cutters are commonly used for cutting weeds, brush and similar vegetation, and are frequently utilised...

in Industry News - on 26/6/10

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Dyrham Park Country Club, set in 200 acres of rolling Hertfordshire countryside on the outskirts of Barnet, is the latest club to purchase a fleet of electric...

in Industry News - on 26/6/10

Another successful day of international cricket in Cardiff

Chairman Paul Russell promised groundsman Keith Exton had produced a quicker wicket than the Ashes strip, with Cardiff associated with slow, spin-friendly...

in Cricket - on 25/6/10

Parks left to face twin threats of departmental cuts and council tax freeze

Higher than expected departmental cuts and a freeze on council tax could leave parks suffering more than expected but there may be opportunities for contractors,...

in Industry News - on 25/6/10