With so much rain about, many natural soil-based pitches and playing surfaces may be prone to flooding and find themselves at field capacity (saturated)
Is the news that Leeds Council are considering halving the number of bowling greens they manage evidence of the beginning of a cull of sports facilities, brought about by the current economic climate being driven by the Covid pandemic?
Next in our regular series of the TurfPro Files, we hear from, Vic Demain, head groundsman at Durham CCC and Phil Sharples, independent sports turf consultant.
Our first WEB ONLY story is after an unprecedented year, there is anecdotal evidence of increased mental health issues among those leading club and course businesses.
Our next WEB ONLY story is BIGGA has unveiled its programme of education for January 2021, with members offered access via an entirely-online platform for the first time ever.
The initial approval enables use only on fully enclosed sports turf in the UK, including such football, rugby and cricket stadiums, training facilities, tennis courts and bowls, for example.
Adam Grantham has joined the company as technical consultant for sports turf.
The Toro Company say their strong fourth-quarter results were driven by continued sales growth in their residential segment and a rebound in their professional segment.
Company announces that Frank Alviti will be taking over the areas of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Mid-Wales with immediate effect.
U.S manufacturer Monarch Tractor have introduced what they describe as the world’s first fully electric, driver optional, smart tractor integrated on a single platform.
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