April is one of the busiest times of the year for our professional machinery dealers and I've been hearing about some new new developments coming soon to the professional groundscare sector.
In our first WEB ONLY story today, Mat Edwards, head greenkeeper at Looe Golf Club in Cornwall, has transformed the course into one of the most respected in the county.
In our next WEB ONLY story we hear increasing numbers of turf professionals are suppressing earthworm cast activity by topdressing with sand.
As part of its centenary celebrations, Stiga (UK) Limited who own ATCO, have launched a search for the oldest working machine still in use in the UK.
Two organisations say they are working closely together to support grassroots football clubs across the county with the improvement of their natural turf pitches.
Partnership will see the company service grassroots football teams in the Black Country, Birmingham, Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire.
Manufacturer says their three-hole golf course at the Turf Care Centre of Excellence in Ipswich, has become more important than ever to product development and testing.
David Timms says he is delighted to be working with Toro again after 18 years as the new regional business manager for Reesink Turfcare in the Southwest and Midlands.
BIGGA say their partners offer support to members, with the funding received aiding the Continuing Professional Development programme and educational activity.
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