The ability to deliver quality playing surfaces, at all levels, comes at a cost in terms of time, resources, endeavour and crucially, an appropriate level of investment.
The quality of a cricket pitch is heavily driven by the way we manage the underlying soils we have inherited or nurtured over many years.
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Where red thread breaks out results can be extremely unsightly and create thin gaps where problem grasses and weeds could ingress.
The Forum is calling on the UK and national governments to introduce the Amenity Standard as a requirement for all operating in the management of weeds, pests and diseases in amenity areas.
Following the club's purchase of Ventrac 4500, course manager Dominic Lewis says he is saving hundreds of greenkeeping hours at the 132-year old club.
F. R. Sharrock Limited, will take responsibility for the distribution of Spearhead's Amenity range of products in the North and Midlands of the UK.
Stirlands Cricket Club aims to complete winter turf maintenance for the first time in years after the successful installation of a new drainage system by AMS Contracting.
As play returns to Crail Golfing Society, golf course manager Bob Meikle says a new Multi-Seeder is going to be key to delivering overseeding without disruption.
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