Coming off the back off a challenging season we are now moving into a crucial period of maintenance for turf professionals.
Fields In Trust are attempting to present a compelling business case that argues for parks and green spaces to be revalued.
Institute say the recommendations have been made against a backdrop of economic uncertainty over the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, which is likely to impact growth.
Following the EU Commission announcing its decision not to renew the approval for the fungicide active ingredient, propiconazole, The Amenity Forum voice concern.
Euan Hall has called on the government to deliver on its commitments in their 25 year environmental plan as the national land management charity publishes its 2017-18 annual report.
Karl has started at the Home Of Cricket this month and is working alongside Mick Hunt until the end of the month when he officially retires from the role after 49 seasons.
Dealership will support the members of the association and the wider greenkeeping industry and provide a number of educational opportunities across the north of England.
Dealership gifts kit to Mongolian Cricket Association for use on country's only grass pitch, which is used by schools and orphanages.
Tayside Contracts has added seven new John Deere 2026R compact tractors to its existing fleet, supplied by local dealer Double A based at Cupar in Fife.
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