June 2011 (page 1)

A GROUNDSMAN died after a piece of metal shot from a strimmer and pierced into the base of his skull, an inquest heard.

in Industry News - on 30/6/11

A combination of machinery finance, hybrid mowers and a full five-year service agreement has provided a Lancashire golf club with a hassle-free, environmentally...

in Industry News - on 30/6/11

Henbury Golf Club Course Manager Gary Hawley suggests that major savings could be made on fungicide bills by using the British Seed Houses fertiliser Vitanica...

in Golf - on 30/6/11

The Person-al Approach ..

With forty years service, Graham Person, Head Groundsman at Summer Fields School in Oxford, still has a twinkle in his eyes

in Schools & Colleges - on 30/6/11

Otago Daily Times Cricket: Groundsman honoured Otago Daily Times Long-serving Central Otago groundsman Peter Domigan was honoured for more than 20 years...

in Cricket - on 29/6/11

Norwich City will be hoping to roll out a green carpet fit for the kings of the Premier League next season as long it is not only Citys pre-season plans...

in Football - on 29/6/11

‘Death by lethal injection’ awaits weeds with the new improved InjectorDos from Micron Sprayers, a pesticide applicator specifically designed for...

in Industry News - on 29/6/11

Grass roots sports

I have been called many things by various people; arrogant, big-headed, single-minded and, probably, the best of the lot, passionate (not by my partner...

in Industry News - on 29/6/11

Lancashire collapsed in a heap and Durham, with the notable exception of Dale Benkenstein, followed suit on a day on which a worried Aigburth groundsman...

in Cricket - on 28/6/11

Wisden Cricketer Jun 28 2011 11:22AM GMT

in Cricket - on 28/6/11

Summer turf diseases can cause a serious loss in playing surface quality, especially when turf is under stress from environmental conditions and heavy...

in Industry News - on 28/6/11

Guardian.co.uk Jun 25 2011 11:15PM GMT

in Tennis - on 28/6/11

Wiltshire farmer Richard Butler has been appointed as Chairman of The Voluntary Initiative (VI) succeeding Professor Barry Dent who is retiring after successfully...

in Industry News - on 28/6/11

Topdressing an art

Topdressers have evolved with the latest industry trends and now offer a host of environmental and user friendly options, according to Steve James, Sales...

in Industry News - on 28/6/11

Please note that the date for Operation Pollinator Training Workshop in the south west, at Burnham & Berrow Golf Club, has been moved from 1 July to 15...

in Industry News - on 27/6/11

USA Today Jun 24 2011 6:42PM GMT

in Tennis - on 27/6/11

Concerns over the lack of rough at Royal St George’s for The Open Championship next month have receded following the recent rain showers.

in Industry News - on 27/6/11

Essex-based groundsman, Andy Smith, has become the second person to find permanent employment after featuring in Pitchcare's 'Find me a job!' campaign....

in Industry News - on 27/6/11