August 2016 (page 1)

New breakthrough helps trace river pollution

Pollution breakthrough

Scientists are developing a new way to track the origins of phosphorus pollution in our rivers and understand how it behaves once it gets there

in Conservation & Ecology - on 31/8/16

LandscapeGroup

Jacobsen for LG Aberdeen

The Landscape Group, a UK-based green service provider, has chosen Jacobsen equipment to maintain Sport Aberdeen’s four council-owned golf courses

in Golf - on 31/8/16

CastleGolfClub

ICL serve time at Castle

Paul Fitzgerald, Course Superintendent at Castle Golf Club - one of the finest 18 hole parkland golf courses in Dublin, has been using ICL products for...

in Golf - on 31/8/16

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The Value of Training

Nigel Church, Product Trainer with Cutting Edge Training, looks at the value of staff training and its role as an important investment for any business...

in Industry News - on 31/8/16

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Keeping Telford in shape

National Club Golfer talks to Matt Robbins about how he keeps Telford Golf Club in shape

in Industry News - on 30/8/16

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Turfco roadshow a success

The team at Ransomes Jacobsen organised a roadshow across the south of England, demonstrating a range of Turfco topdressers, seeders and blowers to golf...

in Industry News - on 30/8/16

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

London Stadium pick Toro

London Stadium 185, the company in charge of managing the Stadium at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, has welcomed four new Toro machines to its...

in Industry News - on 30/8/16

Branson

Branson score at Deeping

When their existing tractor was nearing the end of its useful life Dave Holmes of Deeping Rangers Football Club knew to whom they should turn for advice...

in Industry News - on 29/8/16

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Unseasonable seasons...

As I pen this foreword, I’m sat in a 9-tonne excavator at Shrewsbury Town’s training ground, moving lorry loads of sand; forty-one articulated lorry...

in Football - on 29/8/16

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New course swells Jura!

A third of the entire population of the Scottish island of Jura work on a golf course that hasn’t even been built yet.

in Industry News - on 28/8/16

GravesTennis

Graves to open up!

Graves Tennis and Leisure Centre is set to open its doors to the public on 1st September

in Industry News - on 28/8/16

AFCWimbledon

Football's coming home?

AFC Wimbledon’s proposal to build an 11,000-capacity stadium close to its spiritual Plough Lane home has moved a step closer as a result of the Mayor...

in Industry News - on 27/8/16

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Oriam set to open

The new Oriam sports complex in Edinburgh has been delivered on time and within budget ahead of its official opening

in Industry News - on 27/8/16

Limagrain Madejski

MM60 Madejski success

Adam Grantham grounds manager for Reading FC, believes that Limagrain’s MM60 grass seed has helped him achieve a pitch which can stand up to the rigours...

in Industry News - on 26/8/16

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Hard surface weed control

Taking care of sports surfaces and public areas means controlling weeds, and hard surfaces need special care to meet legislation. Monsanto Technical Manager...

in Industry News - on 26/8/16

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E-Z-GO GPS for Foxhills

The Foxhills Collection has taken delivery of 50 new E-Z-GO RXV golf cars featuring platinum silver paint, new super deluxe seats, and for the first time...

in Industry News - on 26/8/16

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HABS - dash good pitches

The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School is an independent day school for boys, occupying 104 acres of greenbelt parkland near Elstree in Hertfordshire...

in Rugby - on 26/8/16

Feyernoord

Rotterdam revitalised?

One of the leading architects behind a new football stadium for Dutch club Feyenoord has told Sports Management how the development will revitalise a neglected...

in Industry News - on 25/8/16