A visit to see a robotic line-marker in action at Rugby School, new regulations, developments in the parks world and cricket renovations.
TurfPro editor, Laurence Gale, tries out the battery-powered kit which the manufacturer says is their answer to taming and maintaining rough ground.
Our first WEB ONLY story this week is BIGGA will be hosting an online version of its popular national championship this autumn, allowing greenkeepers to play at any course of their choosing.
Our next WEB ONLY story is Crystal Palace FC are currently investing in the development of their stadium and academy training ground facilities, and have also taken the opportunity to bring in more Toro machinery.
John Deere turf dealership The Double A Trading Company Ltd, which has its head office in Cupar, Fife has agreed to acquire Nairn Brown (Glasgow) Ltd of Busby.
The board of Burden Bros Agri Ltd, John Deere’s main dealer for Kent, East Sussex and parts of Surrey have decided to sell the business to neighbouring John Deere dealer P Tuckwell Ltd.
Mark Walker has been praised for improving the pitch at Oxford United FC - with the club’s manager, claiming that it has helped improve the team’s play.
Andrew Wain, head gardener of Euridge Manor, who has placed high in the competition for the past three years, this time takes the top prize with his NHS tribute.
BIGGA, in conjunction with other global greenkeeping groups, is recognising those who keep the game going and enjoyable with 'Thank a Golf Course Superintendent Day'.
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