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Synthetic sports surfaces require a good maintenance programme in place from the very beginning. Failure to maintain the surface could lead to issues such as compaction, loss of porosity, inconsistent playing characteristics, damaged fibres and conta

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Clive Brown, a volunteer groundsman, has praised the SISIS Auto Rotorake Mk. 5 after it helped him pick up an award for the best ground in the Lincolnshire Cricket Premier League.  

“In terms of loyalty, I like to think that I’m old school,” said Cliv

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The removal of Carbendazim from the groundcare market meant that St Albans School needed an alternative solution to combating worm casts and they found exactly what they were looking for in the SISIS Quadraplay.

Ian Smith, turf consultant for St Alban

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Dennis and SISIS will feature a wide range of quality turf maintenance products on booth 1122 at the Golf Industry Show (GIS), which is taking place at the Orlando Convention Center, Florida on January 29-30.

From tee to green, Dennis and SISIS provid

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Dennis and SISIS off to Sunshine State

Dennis and SISIS are heading to West Palm Beach, Florida on January 13-16, to exhibit at the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) Conference & Exhibition.

The British manufacturers have exhibited at the show for a number of years, which takes place

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Andrew Brough, head groundsman at Wolverhampton Rugby Union Football Club, claims that the SISIS Quadraplay single pass maintenance system, has helped him in his personal quest to improve the standard of pitches.

It is safe to say that Andrew is Wolve

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Gary Barnfield, head greenkeeper at Oswestry Golf Club in Shropshire, claims the SISIS Flexibrush has proved to be an ideal solution for controlling worm casts.

Oswestry Golf Club is a mature parkland 18 hole course set in the glorious Shropshire coun

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Head greenkeeper Michael Burgin has reported hugely successful results from using the SISIS TM1000 tractor mounted heavy duty scarifier to combat high levels of thatch on the greens at Normanby Hall Golf Club.

This delightful golf course in Scunthorpe

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A volunteer groundsman at Dudley Kingswinford Rugby Club in the West Midlands has praised the SISIS Quadraplay single pass maintenance system after the club purchased it based on a recommendation from Keith Kent, head groundsman for the RFU.

Founded i

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Over 130 cricket groundsmen made their way to Cheltenham College for the second ever Dennis and SISIS’ Cricket Pitch Renovation Day, which featured a mix of thought provoking indoor presentations and outdoor practical demonstrations.

The event, which

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Lawrence Ryan, course manager at Overstone Park Resort, believes that the SISIS tractor mounted Flexibrush delivers fantastic results on the picturesque fairways at the Northampton based golf course. 

Set in 193 acres of Victorian countryside, Oversto

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Dennis and SISIS have announced the date for their popular cricket renovation day for 2018. The event will be held at Cheltenham College on 7 August and those wishing to attend are encouraged to register soon to avoid disappointment.

Since 2011, the D

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Andy Richards, Grounds Manager at Shrewsbury School, has claimed that he is amazed at the amount of material the SISIS Auto Rotorake MK5 removes from the School’s cricket wickets.

Set over 120 acres with approximately 800 pupils, Shrewsbury School is

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The 2018 Dennis and SISIS Spring / Summer bowling green maintenance seminars finished in style with over 350 people in attendance across the eight venues and an overwhelming number of greenkeepers wanting to attend the educational events.

"The seminar

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The Dennis FT510 and SISIS Dart are currently helping Mark Audin prepare the green at the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool, for the biggest national tournament in the crown green bowling calendar.

Regarded as the ‘Wembley’ of crown green bowling, The Waterlo

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Lee Ballard, senior groundsperson at the University of Kent (UKC) in Canterbury, believes that his new SISIS Flexicomb is the perfect tool to help extend the life of one of the University’s synthetic sports surfaces.

Canterbury in Kent may well be kno

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Derby County head groundsman Nathan Scarff has praised the SISIS Javelin Aer-Aid 1500 tractor mounted aerator for all-year-round use to keep the playing surface at the iPro Stadium in peak condition.

The Javelin Aer-Aid 1500 from SISIS not only aerate

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Open forum activity

Anthony Toop replied to Danny Hyland's discussion Autumn Start Up....is it worth it?
"I work in the Bromley area and there is plenty of companies who all seem to be busy, the fact you can offer some hard landscaping/fencing work increases your prospects considerably as a start up.
The only issue i would say is the current lack of…"
9 hours ago
Dave Colton replied to Landscape Juice's discussion Remembering Phil Voice
"I lost my wife to colon caner last month after a 2year battle and her legacy is the garden I have now and it gives me some comfort just to sit in and enjoy. Phil's legacy helps many of us everyday and like Julie's garden may it continue to grow and…"
11 hours ago
Clive replied to Danny Hyland's discussion Autumn Start Up....is it worth it?
"Hi Danny,
 
I started up in the month of February, is there ever a right month?
I just got busier and busier during covid and recently took on a second guy..
I really wish I'd gone into this line of work earlier in my life but I didn't...
take the…"
16 hours ago
Andrew Dean replied to Landscape Juice's discussion Remembering Phil Voice
"He'd be very proud of the way LJN is going from strength to strength. Here's to you, Phil."
16 hours ago
John F replied to Landscape Juice's discussion Winter Economy Plan - HM Treasury
"True I remember that era well also and the mining communities never recovered , devastating . 
Enterprise allowance and satuarated markets , I worked at the bench in a jewellers but this trade went from strength to strength for obvious reasons…"
19 hours ago
Gary @ Landscape Juice Network replied to Landscape Juice's discussion Remembering Phil Voice
"Thanks Craig for this.
We'll both be raising a glass to his memory 👍"
19 hours ago
Landscape Juice posted a discussion
LAST year, on 28 September, the founder of the Landscape Juice Network, Phil Voice, died at his home in France surrounded by his family.
A long period of treatment for colon cancer sadly proved unsuccessful although during this time he had continued…
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Andrew Betteridge replied to Landscape Juice's discussion Winter Economy Plan - HM Treasury
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Andrew Betteridge replied to Landscape Juice's discussion Winter Economy Plan - HM Treasury
"Personally I became self employed in 1981 when Maggie created the recession that killed 20% of UK manufacturering companies.
I worked for my dad and spent a fortnight pricing half a dozen house extensions without winning any of them, I sorted out…"
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Billybop replied to Danny Hyland's discussion Autumn Start Up....is it worth it?
"If I was starting from scratch again now I would probably build up my client base using some kind of introductory offer to win the potential regular jobs, making it clear from the out set that it's exactly that and will be cranked up a bit as time…"
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John F replied to Danny Hyland's discussion Autumn Start Up....is it worth it?
"Great name , very memorable , I am in the North and see Kent as a rich seam of garden opportunity .
Like i have mentioned i have made a miraculous recovery this month after a lean summer and a decimated customer base , If this can happen in the…"
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Andrew Midgley replied to Landscape Juice's discussion Winter Economy Plan - HM Treasury
"I agree Andy. I have seen an increase in the number of  gardening and tree surgeons businesses in my area. As you say some will fall by the way side but it will mean competition and that could impact on what you can charge. "
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Andrew Midgley replied to Danny Hyland's discussion Autumn Start Up....is it worth it?
"If you start now, you might have a head start for 2021 due to the rise in unemployment and the number of potential new gardeners springing up. I usually find I am busy up until Christmas and then it quieten down for January and February. I don't…"
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Billybop replied to Danny Hyland's discussion Autumn Start Up....is it worth it?
"nice one, it's best not to get stung over these matters lol"
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Danny Hyland replied to Danny Hyland's discussion Autumn Start Up....is it worth it?
"Yes definitely checked online and social media. Don't want to step on any toes. The only firms I saw using it was florists. There's a landscape design business that has a similar name, but they're in a different field to what I'll be doing and I…"
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