September 2016 (Page 4)

3G artificial pitch

Is natural turf losing ou

Despite the many arguments against, Dr Tim Lodge of Agrostis Turf Consultancy, says that artificial sports surfaces, and particularly 3G, appear to be...

in Football - on 16/9/16


October lawn care info

These monthly bulletins, from the distributors of Viano organic fertilisers, aim to provide helpful information on lawn care, as a handy reference point...

in Industry News - on 15/9/16


Ransomes Sports FC U9s

Ransomes Jacobsen invited the Ransomes Sports FC U9s team to train on the RJ National football pitch, located adjacent to the company’s very own on-site...

in Industry News - on 15/9/16

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Bayer see the future!

The sustainable treatment of turf using integrated pest and disease management is high on the agenda at this year’s STRI research event in Yorkshire...

in Industry News - on 15/9/16


State of Nature 2016

Dr Mark Eaton, Principal Conservation Scientist, RSPB Centre for Conservation Science and co-author of the State of Nature 2016 report

in Conservation & Ecology - on 15/9/16


Bayer buy Monsanto

German chemicals giant Bayer has confirmed its record-breaking $66bn takeover of GM seeds business Monsanto - a deal that would create the world's biggest...

in Industry News - on 14/9/16

Broxhill Sports Centre 3

O’Brien get Broxhill job

Leading synthetic and natural sports pitch specialist, O’Brien Sports, has been appointed JCT Design and Build subcontractor for the delivery of new...

in Synthetics - on 14/9/16


Public parks in decline

According to a report from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), public parks face decline, and the HLF calls for combined national and local action to deliver...

in Industry News - on 14/9/16

LT F3000

Reesink Turfcare at NEC

Reesink Turfcare is bringing its most comprehensive and biggest ever line-up to Saltex 2016

in Industry News - on 14/9/16

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Blotter on the landscape!

Nether Winchendon is every bit as rural as it sounds and it is the home of one of 21st century cricket’s biggest on field influences. Neville Johnson...

in Cricket - on 14/9/16


Waterloo Bowls update

Satisfyingly, the green looks appreciably hungry, Red Thread, caused by the fungus Laetisaria fuciformis, is running through the green indicating that...

in Bowls - on 13/9/16


£50m artificial rollout

Aylesbury, Preston and Weston-super-Mare are the first towns to benefit from floodlit artificial pitches under the Rugby Football Union’s (RFU) four-year...

in Industry News - on 13/9/16


GCSAA reaches 90th

The Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), which was formed in 1926 by Englishman John Morley to further greenkeeping ideas among...

in Industry News - on 13/9/16

ECO 250 Top Spreader

The ECOLAWN Applicator

Looking for a pedestrian machine that will spread compost effectively and efficiently. look no further that ECOLAWN

in Industry News - on 13/9/16

Monsanto and Greenpeace bicker over access to glyphosate studies

Monsanto/Greenpeace row!

The decision of a pro-glyphosate lobby to grant public access via reading rooms to proprietary studies on the weed-killer’s safety has been the subject...

in Industry News - on 12/9/16

Frilford Heath

Frilford choose Otterbine

Diffused aeration system brings significant improvement to reservoir

in Golf - on 12/9/16


'Close golf courses' call

A leading equities analyst has written an article for Property Week calling for authorities to dig up golf courses in a bid to solve the UK’s housing...

in Industry News - on 12/9/16

Dennis First Past the Post at Newmarket

Dennis 1st past the post

Alan Hatherley and Gregg Nichol from Newmarket Racecourse believe that their Dennis G760 and two Dennis Premier cylinder mowers are key to maintaining...

in Machinery & Mechanics - on 12/9/16

Moth Wooly Bear caterpillar

The forgotten insect?

When you’re looking around the golf course or sports ground for local wildlife, it’s easy to spot the obvious or common species, such as birds; maybe...

in Golf - on 12/9/16


Grimsby Town unveil

Grimsby Town Football Club has secured the backing of property developer Extreme Leisure in its quest to build a new 14,000-capacity stadium

in Industry News - on 11/9/16