July 2010 (Page 4)


Roger Ward - Cyclists give him the blues and his grandchildren give him the runaround!

in People - on 16/7/10


Silver Gilt wining ‘Tyrrell’s Harvest Celebration’ is one of four Hampton Court Show gardens that all sported Lindum’s innovative grass products...

in Industry News - on 16/7/10


After a hugely successful ‘summer sizzler’ campaign last year, and to take advantage of the improvement in sterling in recent months, Etesia UK has...

in Industry News - on 16/7/10


The Grass Group returns to Saltex with an even wider range of products for turf professionals in every sector of the industry.

in Parks - on 15/7/10

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Following the success of this year’s Kubota Live! at Rockingham, the company has announced four more dates for September 2010.

in Industry News - on 15/7/10


The Ward of Horsham

Lined by low hills to the west and the London to Portsmouth mainline railway to the north, Horsham cricket ground is a hark back to olden times, when any...

in Cricket - on 15/7/10

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Japanese knotweed is not the only alien invasive weed in the United Kingdom (UK) and certainly not the most widespread (that applies to Rhododendron ponticum),...

in Industry News - on 14/7/10


SISIS Equipment (Macclesfield) Ltd together with Alletts, Colliers, Farmura, Scotts and Aitkens are holding a series of Bowls Seminar/Demonstration Days....

in Bowls - on 14/7/10


Barenbrug’s research and development manager, Jayne Leyland, explains the company’s position on grass seed coatings

in Industry News - on 14/7/10

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A visit to Charterhouse Turf Machinery’s stand at Saltex is a must for all turf professionals – the company has something for everyone, offering the...

in Industry News - on 14/7/10

Highest score recorded on a School cricket Pitch

I received a call from Karl Brotherhood the Head Groundsman of Solihull School who informed me of a high scoring match recently played at the school.

in Cricket - on 14/7/10


Andrew Earley - placid, happy and easy going, except when free tickets are not on offer!

in People - on 13/7/10


What a relief ...

The importance of bed-knives and how much relief do you really need? A personal view on the debate by Peter Hampton, professional grass machinery supplier...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 13/7/10

What is Surface Water Drainage?

Surface water flooding occurs where high rainfall events exceed the drainage capacity in an area. Such events can also lead to serious flooding of property...

in Industry News - on 13/7/10

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For the busy groundcare professional, power is becoming increasingly important as larger, and higher output implements are used to get optimum workrates...

in Industry News - on 13/7/10

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Joe Pemberton, Head Groundsman at Manchester United’s Carrington training ground, says he’s observed noticeably improved results from their end of...

in Football - on 12/7/10


Now that the dust has settled over the World Cup and the excitement is over for another four years, Vitax Supaturf will continue to support and supply...

in Football - on 12/7/10

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Youngsters are reaping the benefits of the remarkable transformation of football facilities at their east London secondary school – all thanks to the...

in Synthetics - on 12/7/10

Colin Montgomerie and Graeme McDowell criticise changes to St Andrews's famous Road Hole

Top golfers and golfing architects have criticised a redesign of the famous 17th hole at St Andrews ahead of this week's Open.

in Golf - on 12/7/10

 The Open 2010: the problems of excessive ball distance

For the 2010 Open Championship the R&A has addressed the eroded playing character of the 17th hole at St Andrews by moving the tee beyond the boundaries...

in Golf - on 12/7/10