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On Stand B34 at BTME 2018, Sherriff Amenity will be launching the unique InterMix Tank as well as featuring a wide range of market leading products designed to help greenkeepers and course managers maintain their courses to the highest possible stand

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Limagrain to preview new Cultivars at BTME

Visitors to the Limagrain stand (C39) at BTME 2018 can expect a sneak peak of two new innovative cultivars for the golf market and also be in with a chance of winning tickets to a top international sporting event.

Ahead of their spring launch, two new

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ICL stand is the place to be at BTME 2018

Stand B54 at BTME 2018 will once again be the place to be. Visitors can expect to learn about innovative new products and find out about exciting new Turf Rewards developments – and of course enjoy a much needed coffee from the ICL barista team.

The I

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Dennis and SISIS at BTME 2018

Dennis and SISIS will once again be exhibiting at BTME 2018 on stand A5 where greenkeepers, course managers and turf managers will be able to view an extensive range of turf maintenance equipment.

With a focus on aeration, scarification and mowing, vi

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Open forum activity

Andrew jones replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Rootball cart/trolley etc
"We planted some 5m tall Western Red Cedar for a customer.We had a jcb to take plants off lorry and carry to property as articulated lorry could not get close enough. Engine hoist/winch to raise ball off the ground high enough to get a powered…"
1 hour ago
David Benson replied to Paul Doyle's discussion Rootball cart/trolley etc
"you can get heavy duty sack barrows (simular) desined to carry root ball plants i thing they will handel 300 kg but if you are going accross a lawn that is a bit wet you might need some boards down to run on "
1 hour ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
Graham Instone of Dunnington Bowls Club, York, has been crowned as the Bowls England Greenkeeper of the Year.In the hotly-contested Greenkeeper of the Year category – sponsored by Dennis and SISIS – Graham took the honours, largely for his…
8 hours ago
Paul Doyle posted a discussion
Hi All,Has anyone a good tip for a trolley with wheels that can carry 250-400kgs root balls etc?? best  Paul
9 hours ago
Stuart @ Eco Garden Maintenance replied to Pembrokeshire Gardening's discussion Spraying Iron sulphate in the rain?
"I prefer doing it when it's raining lightly or after rain as you get a bit of free water to help it work. You can never get near the recommended amount of water with a  knapsack. "
11 hours ago
paul watson replied to Pembrokeshire Gardening's discussion Spraying Iron sulphate in the rain?
"Just watch you do not walk off the lawn to paved are with wet boots, you will spread the iron and leave rusty marks. "
yesterday
Mark Andrew Bulman updated their profile
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Busy Bee Garden Services Limited replied to Pembrokeshire Gardening's discussion Spraying Iron sulphate in the rain?
"Better in the rain as less risk to transferring it onto paving IMO! Works after when wet...."
yesterday
Pembrokeshire Gardening posted a discussion
Really need to spray some lawns that im a little late on doing but the forcast looks pretty dire.Ive never sprayed iron in the rain / drizzle.  So is it a yay or nay?
yesterday
Tim Bucknall replied to Tim Bucknall's discussion Stihl smart connector
"Thanks, that's very helpful."
yesterday
Fleur Voice replied to Fleur Voice's discussion Best way to fix this?
"Thanks Peter, I appreciate the help! I'll look into it :) "
yesterday
Peter sellers replied to Fleur Voice's discussion Best way to fix this?
"Judging from photo which shows plenty of perennial weeds along with the surrounding grass being very sparse and of poor quality the whole area needs TLC.
Anyway back to the question,  you have to bear in mind that a high traffic area  used in wet…"
yesterday
Fleur Voice posted a discussion
Hi,  Any advice on what is the best way to fix this muddy patch would be without adding paving? It's a high traction area which has been churned up over winter. I was thinking of putting som mesh down after spreading some grass seed but if there is…
Sunday
Robbie posted a blog post
Sunday
Neil Darby replied to Gary R's discussion Supersoil
"Most of the testimonials are from Ireland. St. Patricks day joke instead of April fools maybe? It does sound like pie in the sky!"
Sunday
Rob Wallace is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
Saturday
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Best way to fix this?

Hi,  Any advice on what is the best way to fix this muddy patch would be without adding paving? It's a high traction area which has been churned up over winter. I was thinking of putting som mesh down after spreading some grass seed but if there is…

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