It was refreshing last week to read a major article in a major newspaper, concentrating on just what incredible talent the UK groundsmanship industry is producing.
It has been reported that cricket at Edgbaston could be played on partially artificial surfaces as early as the 2019 season if testing progresses well.
One hundred years ago on March 14th 1918, Deere & Company entered the tractor business.
Following a £700,000 investment in synthetic pitch facilities for their training ground Ben Connell, Grounds Manager at Ipswich Town FC, is determined to maximise its working lifespan.
Stuart Taylor International have become the latest dealer for the Mean Green Electric Commercial Mowers.
New customer Padeswood and Buckley Golf Club in Flintshire North Wales has chosen Toro for the first time as it makes a concerted effort to reduce machinery downtime.
Grounds Manager, Adie Davis, who's in charge of 17 hectares of grounds for rugby, tennis and cricket praises Headland.
Ransomes Jacobsen has announced several changes to sales territories in the north of England and Wales to, they say, "streamline and strengthen" its UK dealer network.
Dealership inaugurates a small, specialist hire fleet to fill a gap which they see in the market for East Anglia.
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