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Dennis and SISIS are celebrating an impressive decade of groundcare seminars this year. In this article, we look at the history and development of the seminars and how they have proved to be so beneficial for so many of the unsung heroes in a wide va

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The aptly named Storm Dennis certainly didn’t prevent the annual Dennis and SISIS groundcare seminar from going ahead, and by all accounts it once again inspired, educated and offered real solutions. 

Hosted at the Durham County Cricket Club’s Emirate

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Dennis and SISIS Groundcare Seminar 2020

The Dennis and SISIS 2020 Groundcare Seminar will take place at Durham County Cricket Club’s Emirates Riverside on Tuesday 18th February and is yet again set to educate and inspire.

Sports turf is the theme and a wide range of volunteers and professio

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The Dennis and SISIS Groundcare Seminar took place at St. Albans School, Woollam Trust Playing Fields on Tuesday 19 February with delegates all claiming it was a huge success.

For a number of years, the Dennis and SISIS pre-season indoor seminars have

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Dennis & SISIS have announced an exciting new free-to-attend Groundcare Seminar which has been designed with education in mind for those involved in groundcare on a variety of sports turf topics.

The seminar, which will take place at St. Albans School

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Graham Taylor replied to Adam Woods's discussion Sumach suckers
"I've used Blaster Pro/Garlon (tryclopyr) successfully though it did take a bit of time to apply.  Mixed a strong solution up with some Roundup added for good luck............ used an old 1 litre bleach bottle with a short length of thin plastic tube…"
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David Benson replied to Adam Woods's discussion Sumach suckers
"cut the offending root back at the trunk and try and get it out 
sbk will do them but you will need about a foot of growth and leave one to two weeks after treating "
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Honey Badger replied to Adam Woods's discussion Sumach suckers
"Chop the roots with an axe or mattock."
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Adam Woods posted a discussion
This is getting stupid.... for the first time I have not 1, not 2 but 3 lawns that are being invaded by Sumach suckers. I've tried Praxys - it was almost as if I had fed them, not tried to kill them. How do others deal with these suckers?
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Progreen Weed Control replied to adam egan's discussion Spraying to prevent disease
"Laurels are pretty hardy and as people have said, will generally recover well from most pest & disease attacks.... Preventative sprays are not the norm (except by growers) but there are a few sprays you can apply as a protective against basal rot,…"
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Since upgrading to an advanced Hunter irrigation system, Tottenham Hotspur F.C’s incredible training centre has seen remarkable improvements according to Darren Baldwin, Head of Playing Surfaces & Estates, and Liam Plummer, Irrigation…
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Dennis and SISIS and the Staffordshire Football Association have announced a new partnership which is set to benefit grassroots pitches throughout the county.For nearly 100 years Dennis and SISIS have been providing world class turf maintenance…
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John F replied to adam egan's discussion Spraying to prevent disease
"If you value the customer Just say sorry a misunderstanding , spraying the laurels , roses or anything else for that matter needs to be discussed initially . 
sometimes i have used my intitiative without being asked , sprayed or removed a weed and…"
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John F replied to adam egan's discussion Spraying to prevent disease
"What size are the laurels ?  
A garden i have worked in for years has several mature laurels , huge things but planted as a screen and sound barrier to drown out traffic noise  from the main road but prominent from the customers window . 
To be…"
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Billybop replied to adam egan's discussion Spraying to prevent disease
"I would say that spraying anything (except maybe weeds) is not generally considered routine maintenance. Maybe they or their previous gardener used to do it so is normal to them. Perhaps every plant in the garden should be sprayed, preventatively,…"
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Kieran Ray replied to alan wilton's discussion Renovation of a rutted/neglected school field
"I would spray it off, then use a blecavator on the whole area. Then level off using the largest leveling board/lute you can put on your tractors likage, get it as good as possible then seed with a seed mixture designed for football, rugby etc or for…"
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David Benson replied to Jane Harries's discussion Suppliers for curved garden shelter
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My son may soon be joining me as my first employee, having always been a soletrader, this is all new to me.Is the HMRC basic payroll software any good? bearing in mind it is just the one employee, i have no plans to gain more!The auto enrolment work…
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