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GroundsFest 2024 attendees can look forward to seeing SISIS in Outside Area A on stand number OSA170, where a variety of innovative turf maintenance products will be on display.

This year, the focus will be on three key products: the Quadraplay, the V

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Visitors to the Mansfield Sand stand (OSA260) at GroundsFest 2024, taking place at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on 10 and 11 September, can expect to see a comprehensive range of sand-based products vital to the overall health and performance of spo

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After a successful GroundsFest 2023, Hunter Grinders is excited to announce its return to GroundsFest 2024, where it will be showcasing the enhanced Jupiter ATI 'All in One' Grinder.

The Jupiter ATI is a fully automatic relief spin grinder, designed t

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Etesia UK is excited to return to GroundsFest for the second consecutive year. Attendees can visit stand OSA150 at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, on 10 and 11 September to explore Etesia's impressive lineup, including pedestrian and ride-on mowers, b

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An impressive range of MM grass seed mixtures will be showcased at GroundsFest 2024, and visitors will get the chance to find out how the innovative seed technology could vastly benefit their sports pitches.

Here's a snapshot of just some of the mixtu

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Avant Tecno is excited to announce its participation at GroundsFest 2024, featuring the highly anticipated Avant National Pro Challenge. Visit the Avant stand outdoors at OSA270 for an unforgettable experience!

National Avant Pro Challenge

The Avant Na

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Dennis is set to make a significant impact at GroundsFest 2024, showcasing an impressive range of battery-powered products on stand 50 in Hall 2 at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, on September 10 and 11.

This year, Dennis will highlight the revolutiona

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Battery developer and manufacturer Avant Power, the new subsidiary of loader manufacturer Avant Tecno Oy, has exceeded its strict targets. Double the number of batteries has been manufactured compared to the original plans.

YLÖJÄRVI, FINLAND – Battery

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Danny Negus has been spearheading the grounds maintenance efforts at Devonshire Park in Eastbourne since 2016.

His journey to becoming Grounds Manager reflects a dedication to his craft that spans three decades, starting as a Greenkeeper in 1994 and t

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Get ready for an exhilarating new addition to GroundsFest 2024: Machinery Nation LIVE! This dynamic feature, brought to you by YouTube sensations Machinery Nation, promises to be a highlight at this year's event.

Ultimate Machinery Face-Off

Machinery

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Andy Unwin, Course Manager at Rotherham Golf Club, relies on Mansfield Sand’s MM35 for top dressing, ensuring the greens remain in impeccable condition year-round.

Rotherham Golf Club, established in 1903, is celebrated for its rich history and pictur

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In the coastal town of Whitby, Joe Cook wears many hats. Not only is he the Head Groundsman for Whitby Town FC, overseeing the maintenance of their pitch, but he also runs his own gardening business, JC Gardening. In both of his roles, one tool stand

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Dennis and SISIS, renowned names in turf maintenance, have announced a partnership with the Derbyshire Cricket Foundation.

This collaboration aims to bolster grassroots cricket pitches throughout the county, promising a significant enhancement in the

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Graham Taylor replied to Angela Sharp's discussion How to keep physically well when you're a gardener?
"Sadly, any hard labouring job just wears the body out............ we're pushing it far harder than it was designed for and things will just wear out.   Problem is we all carry on when we are getting warning signs..... those painful joints for…"
37 minutes ago
Honey Badger replied to Peter sellers's discussion Morally - What would you do?
"Legend"
54 minutes ago
Honey Badger replied to Ian Harvey's discussion Rushes
"Rather than using chemicals they could be regularly strimmed or mown tight into the crown, that kills most things in time. Starving the roots. They look weak already."
56 minutes ago
Billybop replied to Peter sellers's discussion Morally - What would you do?
"I enjoy some of the small "granny" type jobs but they have to slot in alongside the bigger jobs. Preferably the ones where you just turn up when you have a few spare minutes, blast around and make it look great, then on your way to the next. Where…"
3 hours ago
Peter sellers replied to Ian Harvey's discussion Rushes
"3 options, there was a herbicide available some years ago which would kill the rushes but not grass, sorry can't remember what it was called other than it was an agricultural product, do some research.
Second option use glyphosphate which will…"
4 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Peter sellers's discussion Morally - What would you do?
"in all seiousness, you deserve a medal.  If only more poeple were like you.  As you say, there's alot of scumbags around............. I see them on my local  "nextdoor" site............ strangely, they're al foreign names and its always the same…"
4 hours ago
M Olsson replied to Peter sellers's discussion Morally - What would you do?
"Outmost respect and it's the nicest thing to do. However - you have to look after yourself first and foremost. Remember this."
5 hours ago
Peter sellers replied to Peter sellers's discussion Morally - What would you do?
"Thanks, I have decided to carry on regardless, my conscience will not allow me to let them be taken advantage of by some scumbag, they are not wordly wise and I think there is a high probability of this happening. Not the best business decision I…"
5 hours ago
M Olsson replied to Ian Harvey's discussion Rushes
"D 24 Aerate (hollow core), scarify, top dress and overseed. Probabaly want to wait until September as hot weather forecasts and would need significant watering first few weeks.  Someone with more experience may have a different idea"
5 hours ago
Ian Harvey posted a discussion
Can anyone suggest best treatment to kill off rushes, as per photo, from a lawn. I know that the main issue is drainage and poor soil, since this area was previously woodland which the householder paid somebody a load of money to convert to lawn.…
5 hours ago
M Olsson replied to Peter sellers's discussion Morally - What would you do?
"I actually work in social services, for what it's worth - here is my take on this.
On the assumption that there are no contracts in place. Morally, only youll be able to answer as to whether you're happy to carry on work and how that may look for…"
5 hours ago
The Wall replied to Gary Clapham's discussion Stihl HSA 130T & HSA130R Vibrating/rattling noise.
"What do you use to lubricate the blades i use Sthil chain oil as this has a sticky consistency so lasts longer on the blades.
If it happened on both trimmers on the same type of hedge maybe the sap and the juice from the leaves on that particular…"
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Honey Badger replied to Peter sellers's discussion Morally - What would you do?
"I beg to differ, since 1980 to 2020 House prices have increased a whopping 1145% which has massive financial impact on people that didn't buy properly when it was long ago affordable.
I can honestly say after dedicating my life for 22yrs, 16 of…"
10 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
GroundsFest 2024 attendees can look forward to seeing SISIS in Outside Area A on stand number OSA170, where a variety of innovative turf maintenance products will be on display.This year, the focus will be on three key products: the Quadraplay, the…
10 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
Syn-Pro by SISIS is gearing up for GroundsFest 2024, set to take place at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, on September 10 and 11. You can find Syn-Pro by SISIS in Outdoor Area A on stand OSA170, where a wide range of advanced synthetic turf…
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Rushes

Can anyone suggest best treatment to kill off rushes, as per photo, from a lawn. I know that the main issue is drainage and poor soil, since this area was previously woodland which the householder paid somebody a load of money to convert to lawn.…

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