July 2010 (Page 1)

 Heat is on for Anthracnose attack

Anthracnose foliar blight is now the second most prevalent turf disease affecting quality playing surfaces in the UK.

in Industry News - on 31/7/10

CAMON C8000 Hydraulic Rotavator

Tracmaster, manufacturer and supplier of the market-leading CAMON and BCS landscape, groundcare and conservation machinery, are delighted to announce that...

in Parks - on 31/7/10

SISIS in France

SISIS EQUIPMENT (Macclesfield) LIMITED, Field Sales Manager Andrew Walker and Demonstrator Ben Lloyd, recently travelled to Paris-St Germain Stadium, Paris,...

in Industry News - on 31/7/10

Killeen Castle

The 2010 AIB Ladies Irish Open at Killeen Castle, Co Meath on August 6 to 8 has attracted the strongest field of women professional golfers in its history....

in Golf - on 30/7/10


With FREE entry to the league, and the opportunity to win a top prize of £300, why would you not sign up to the DLF & Pitchcare Fantasy Football League...

in Football - on 30/7/10


As Trent Bridge's head groundsman Steve Birks has more responsibilities than he has lawnmowers. And he's got a lot of lawnmowers. But the main responsibility...

in Cricket - on 30/7/10

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ClearWater has made the French connection with one of its washpad water recycling systems being recently installed in France at Omaha Beach Golf Club in...

in Industry News - on 30/7/10


Stewart Ward, Grounds and Sport Turf Manager, Hartpury College, is highly qualified, highly committed and highly motivated to deliver the best possible...

in Industry News - on 30/7/10


The world's biggest flower show provided the ultimate first-up test for New Holland's recently unveiled Utility Task Vehicle (UTV), the Rustler 120, as...

in Industry News - on 29/7/10


Two new products from Etesia and one new Pellenc product will all be making their debut at this year’s IOG SALTEX show - details of which are being kept...

in Parks - on 29/7/10

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Turf Science Live

Over 100 greenkeepers, turf managers, agronomists and golf club managers attended the first ever Turf Science Live at the Sports Turf Research Institute...

in Industry News - on 29/7/10

Calderdale Council Compost  Open Day

Calderdale MBC’S Safer, Cleaner, Greener Section (previously Parks & Streetscene), are planning a free Compost Awareness Day on Wednesday 25th August...

in Industry News - on 28/7/10


The Drain Brain

Sustainable drainage for golf courses and sports grounds - an environmental approach. By Jonathan Tucker, STRI Golf Course Architect and Head of Golf Development...

in Consultancy - on 28/7/10


With environmental concern at the top of everyone’s agenda now is the time to be planning to make sure your facilities are in compliance with the new...

in Parks - on 28/7/10

Linkage kit

Turfmech Machinery has acquired the design, manufacturing and marketing rights to the three-point linkage kits developed originally by Scottish company,...

in Industry News - on 27/7/10

Bowling Green Targeted by Vandals

An Aberdeenshire's village’s bowling green has been the target for vandals who have ripped down the club flag, flooded and damaged the playing area,...

in Bowls - on 27/7/10


The single most asked question in pesticide application is: "How much do I put in a knapsack?"

in Industry News - on 27/7/10


Murray Long, Courses and Estate Manager at the prestigious Sunningdale Golf Club in Berkshire, has recently taken delivery of a further Jacobsen SLF1880...

in Industry News - on 27/7/10


A brand new cricket facility at Westhoughton may just help to uncover the next England cricket star. Laurence Gale MSc meets Head Groundsman and ECB Pitch...

in Cricket - on 27/7/10

Frank Newberry

Frank Newberry - wants to learn to play the piano in another language and is gaga about Lady Gaga!

in People - on 26/7/10