March 2015 (page 1)

INNSA Conference

Recent European legislation makes it an offence not to notify the presence of certain invasive weeds particularly when buying and selling property / land....

in Conservation & Ecology - on 31/3/15

Glyphosate HTA statement

We urge gardeners to use the same common sense when applying glyphosate which they would apply to using any kitchen or garden chemical products.

in Industry News - on 31/3/15

New John Deere zero-turn

John Deere has enhanced its commercial mower line-up with the launch of the new ZTrak Z997R, the biggest model in the zero-turn range.

in Industry News - on 31/3/15

Mower Demo Day

Pitchcare.com is delighted to invite you to a Roller / Rotary Mower Demo day on Friday 24th April at Uttoxeter Racecourse.

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 30/3/15

Premium Cut by MAJOR

Albar Landscapes Ltd is one of the most respected names in the UK landscaping and turf supply industry, with over 30 years’ experience. The company...

in Industry News - on 30/3/15

Q&A with Simon Olver

Simon Olver - needs to learn to switch off when he gets home from work - the red wine should help!

in Golf - on 30/3/15

The Hybrid Gingerbreads?

No greenkeeper will ever cut their greens at a sensible HOC which has not needed some input, chemically, culturally or mechanically, to sustain playing...

in Golf - on 30/3/15

AFT welcomes Ian Robson

Ian Robson, well known within the sports turf and golf industry, joins AFT Trenchers, Sudbury, Suffolk, bringing 15 years’ experience in production management....

in Industry News - on 29/3/15

Non-native plants threat?

Non-native plant species do not pose a risk to native flora, as widely assumed, because impacts are limited to localised areas, a study has suggested.

in Industry News - on 29/3/15

Bumblebees preference

The pollination service provided by bumblebees on the field-side boundaries of hedgerows may be limited because farming methods are having a negative impact...

in Industry News - on 29/3/15

Premier League share £1bn

Premier League clubs have agreed to share at least £1bn of their record UK TV rights deal with lower league sides and grassroots football.

in Industry News - on 28/3/15

Drift versus volatility

Drift versus volatility when spraying your crop

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 28/3/15

Q&A with Stuart Vause

Stuart Vause - you can trust him - unless you want him to remove empty toilet roll inserts!

in People - on 28/3/15

Castleford Tigers

A new stadium is being proposed for Castleford Tigers to be ready for the 2017 season. In the interim period, Head Groundsman, Stuart Vause, continues...

in Rugby - on 28/3/15

Sussex gardener's 50th

A horticulturalist who’s celebrating fifty years with the same organisation is to have a piece of the Sussex High Weald named after him.

in Industry News - on 27/3/15

Passion versus posturing!

Our anonymous groundsman, Mr AKA Grasscutter, delights in the success of the minnows in this season’s FA Cup ties

in Football - on 27/3/15

Eaton GC 50th Terra spike

The one-and-only Wiedemann Terra Spike GXi8 to be finished in gold paint in celebration of Wiedemann GmbH’s 50th anniversary year has been bought by...

in Industry News - on 27/3/15

Are you up to scratch?

In his third and final article on team performance, FrankNewberry explains the eight measures that will tell you if your team is up to scratch

in Consultancy - on 27/3/15