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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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A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

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Open forum activity

David Benson replied to Richard Matthews's discussion Stolen Logo
"unless you ar a ltd co it will be hard to do anything it maybe that the other person has been on the go longer than you which could turn the table "
3 hours ago
Angela Sharp replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"Yes, this is the nub of the issue for many of us I feel. I am not gardening for people where I could only access their garden through their house, but we are not only for the most part working alone, but also we are often working for the elderly or…"
3 hours ago
Angela Sharp replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"Quite. And they will go out exercising their dogs with other dog walkers in little parks etc, or jogging along narrow pavements passing close by to other people. In fact, regarding supermarkets, Tesco goes to all the trouble of a billion markers and…"
3 hours ago
Angela Sharp replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"You must make your own choice but for what it's worth I think that you are fine to work as a sole gardener. Clearly you have been put off by panicky people who have nothing better to do than interfere and act as virus police, but you are perfectly l…"
3 hours ago
Mark Thomson replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"Hi Claire here is a link to Martin Lewis who explains it in details what the self employed can do and he makes it very clear if you can continue working in your trade not a different entity you can claim the grant if you receive the letter from the…"
4 hours ago
Billybop replied to Richard Matthews's discussion Stolen Logo
"probably not much you can do without running up legal costs that you might lose sadly. maybe contact the person who stole your design and threaten them. but would that really achieve anything, there are a lot of unscrupulous feral scum bags around.…"
5 hours ago
Chris replied to Chris's discussion Mulching Mowers
"I think think the HX might be a bit overkill for my domestic customers lawns, but I like the look of the VK."
8 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"I think it is such a massive bureaucratic undertaking to pay the five million self-employed, that to have to correspond back and forth and to have to calculate and negotiate a figure for each person based on every individuals current up and down act…"
9 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Chris's discussion Mulching Mowers
"I only ever use mulching mowers. Mine are both ride on mulchers. But the advice I would give is to buy a mulching mower with as deep [tall] a deck as you can find. 
The Stiga PWX 740 is a great mulching mower, but I have just fitted a mulching kit o…"
9 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"It really doesn't seem right to make a profit out of this............. I'd hope they'd have a rethink on it so that people can't claim the 80% if for example, they've only lost 10% of their work............... I think that's how I  understand it. "
9 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"The point that the Chancellor made when he announced the help for the self-employed was that any money given to us has to be included in our accounts. So the grant is taxable. It is not just free extra money on top of our turnover and net profits. I…"
9 hours ago
H Webster replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"I feel safe in the open air. Still working. Only two customers cancelled so far which I totally understand, it is their call.  Gate open for me, they are safely indoors, call mobile if need to talk and all the other precautions I can think of. In th…"
9 hours ago
Colin Hunt replied to Chris's discussion Mulching Mowers
"No Chris, the VK is a very much lighter, semi domestic machine at 1/3 of the price of the HX, which has a blade brake, hydrostatic drive, no side shute and very much a commercial heavywieght.
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9 hours ago
Colin Hunt replied to Chris's discussion Mulching Mowers
"The mat is pop riveted onto the machine and 'brushes' the clippings into the grass. It also acts as a safety feature to stop debris flying out of the rear.  Taking it off would probably invalidate your insurance if the worst happened. Stripes are go…"
9 hours ago
Paul replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"Yes it is an option to claim even when working. Actually, the government seem to be encouraging continued work if it can be done safely.
As for me, my workload has dramatically been affected (being in property maintenance/handyman = more risk of con…"
9 hours ago
GaryRK replied to Charlie Manton's discussion Solo gardener - to work or not to work? (Covid-19)
"Yes, recent clarifications allow an employee / self employed person to work elsewhere ( must be another entity) to allow them to top up... and earn more ?
Is it morally correct and/or open to abuse - your call !"
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Few weeks ago i had a call from West Sussex Police asking if i had a white Transit as it had been used in a crime. I was shocked as i have never been to West SussexI forgot about it until now where i thought id google myself, we all do that right?…

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2 Replies · Reply by David Benson 3 hours ago

Mulching Mowers

Thought about buying one last year but might buy one this year with the current situation, do any dedicated mulching mowers produce a stripe on the lawn because I dont like the tram line finish a four wheel mower leave. I've ordered a mulching plug…

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10 Replies · Reply by Chris 8 hours ago