With the rugby season now virtually completed, it is time to encourage rugby clubs to rejuvenate their pitches after a long, hard season.
The famous bunker-free course has installed a comprehensive new irrigation system which will see a seven-fold increase in sprinklers and better playing conditions at the 129-year old golf club.
In light of increasing public scrutiny, CWC has launched an online glyphosate resource.
A wholly British-owned company, Allett has designed and manufactured mowers for the sports and premium lawns market for over fifty years.
Cumbria-based SIS Pitches has made a major factory and technology investment in the face of Brexit uncertainty.
A core collecting blade attachment from US-based Nordic Plow, the product fits onto all brands and models of aeration equipment and bunker rakes.
Role will see him providing additional sales support on both the Cub Cadet TMSystem and Infinicut.
Elland Road, home of Leeds United Football Club, has been using TYM at its training grounds since 2017 and has now chosen the tractor brand for the stadium too.
As part of their relationship, DLF recently hosted an update event at their Didbrook research station.
Masons Kings will offer sales and support to customers in North Somerset, Devon and Cornwall, whilst Ben Burgess GroundsCare Equipment extends its coverage from a new depot in Ellington.
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