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New recruits join amenity team at Barenbrug UK
Grass seed breeder and producer Barenbrug UK has boosted its amenity team with the appointment of David Howells and Joshua Thomason.
STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® British Championship is back with virtual event
After a one-year hiatus, the best lumberjack athletes across the nation are back to compete for the crown at the STIHL TIMBERSPORTS® British Championship in September, as they chop and slice their
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Dan Prest, Head of Technical and Learning at the GMA
Grounds Management Association education programme continues to grow
The Grounds Management Association (GMA) reaches a significant milestone in its online training with more than 2,000 enrolling for its courses since the pandemi
New Reform Metrac H75 launched into UK market
The Stuart Taylor International dealership has recently supplied the first two new model, compact, hydrostatic drive, Reform Metrac H75 multi-functional tool carriers into the UK, to Cheshire based
New regulations introduce registration requirements for suppliers and users of...
The Official Controls (Plant Protection Products) Regulations 2020 (the 2020 Regulations) have recently been issued with a policy statement.
SGL TurfPod makes grass monitoring accessible to everyone
Data-driven decisions usually result in a higher grass quality and more efficient use of resources. Yet, many clubs do not have the budget to make big investments in monitoring equipment.
Headland’s Enstar provides concentrated control for a wide range of weed species
Enstar from Headland Amenity is a powerful three-way selective herbicide for the control of a wide range of weeds including Slender Speedwell, Creeping Buttercup and Yellow Suckling Clover.
Hayter and Toro: Working together in perfect harmony
SPELLBROOK, England (July 2021) – Hayter, the makers of the finest mowers, and The Toro Company, a global leader in turf and landscape equipment, have come together to create two versatile and batt
Home Advantage for AFC Lewisham
AFC Lewisham struggled to find grass pitches to meet increasing fixture demands until it secured a site lease and gained PAS support to raise playing standards at its new grounds.