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SISIS the solution at the VMAC

Sergio Pedroza, Fields & Grounds Manager at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Seattle, recently purchased three SISIS SSS1000 tractor mounted rotary brush sweepers and has reported significant improvements on both the indoor synthetic…

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The first of the 2018 Dennis and SISIS bowling green maintenance seminars has been announced and will take place at the Ipswich & District Indoor Bowls Club on Tuesday 13th March.

Dennis and SISIS have a long history of…

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Dennis and SISIS heading to STMA 2018

Dennis and SISIS will be showcasing a range of market leading turf maintenance equipment at the 2018 Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) Conference and Exhibition, which will be taking place January 16-19 in Fort Worth, Texas.

As the…

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After embarking on a three-day round journey to attend a Dennis and SISIS bowling green maintenance seminar in Perth, Scotland, Mike Bailey - secretary and treasurer of the Lerwick Outdoor Bowling Club,…

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New York Red Bulls Praise SISIS Osca

Dan Shemesh, Director of Stadium and Training Grounds for the New York Red Bulls has praised the SISIS Osca 3 which maintains the synthetic turf on one of the club’s training fields.

When Dan Shemesh was looking for a machine that would…

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SISIS Javelin Aer-Aid impresses in STRI trials

Following extensive trials conducted by the STRI (Sports Turf Research Institute), it has been concluded that the SISIS Javelin Aer-Aid tractor mounted aerator would be an essential tool within any integrated turf management programme.

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Andy Jackson, grounds manager at Stoke City FC, has reported ‘phenomenal’ results since incorporating the SISIS Osca tractor mounted oscillating brush into his synthetic surface maintenance programme.

It is safe to say that Andy Jackson is…

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Synthetic Success at Bloxham School

Tom Hall, deputy head groundsman at Bloxham School in Oxfordshire has reported excellent results from using SISIS equipment to maintain the school’s two synthetic sports surfaces.

With a rich history that can be traced as far back as 1853,…

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Ben Burgess Grounds Care Equipment, an existing Dennis and SISIS dealer for Norfolk, has increased its area partnership after it was announced that the East Anglian grounds care retailer will now be distributing the two brands’ leading range of…

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Open forum activity

David Benson replied to Ian Bridgford's discussion Repointing a patio
"have you lifted any of the flags to see what they are layed on because if you have to dig out and put hard core in there will be extra expence not forgeting waste removal
as for re pointing about £25 M2
no experiance with the pre mix"
2 hours ago
Rob Barker replied to B F's discussion Planting shrubs - how many per hour
"I subbed onto a site last year to plant up the common areas, the builder was charged per shrub depending on the size to supply and plant"
3 hours ago
Ian Bridgford updated their profile
3 hours ago
Ian Bridgford replied to Ian Bridgford's discussion Repointing a patio
"I should add it is roughly 30 sqm. overall
Ian B"
4 hours ago
Ian Bridgford posted a discussion
Hi, I have laid a number of patios, but never had to re-point an old one.The patio in question covers the whole garden with soil borders.The slabs are all 45 x45 and there are 132 slabs in total.About 20 need to be lifted and relaid, maybe a few mor…
4 hours ago
paul doyle replied to P.Mckibbin's discussion Small (cheaper) Chipper
"Hi There,

If you work alone I wouldn't bother. It costs too much time. Iv found it far faster to load everything into the trailer and off to the recycle centre or to the next job. If I have a big job  that I know will take a few trailer loads, and…"
5 hours ago
Russell Cobley and Darren Walters are now friends
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6 hours ago
Paul Keeley updated their profile
6 hours ago
Benedict Simmons liked Robbie's blog post How to Revive a Worn Out Lawn
7 hours ago
John Fulton replied to dan's discussion biodegradable weed control fabric
"Absolutely hate the stuff , weed seeds tend to germinate on the surface anyway , I tend to mulch around the base area of the new planting to try and surpress weed growth the new planting tends to expand more quickly and i also use a flat bottom wolf…"
8 hours ago
Jonathan Smith is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
11 hours ago
dan replied to dan's discussion biodegradable weed control fabric
" looking at alternatives to fit in with a more organic request -- and endless digging isnt viable
general weed supressing membranes are great but dont allow for the spreading nature of some plants or the later infilling with bulbs "
11 hours ago
Graham Taylor replied to dan's discussion biodegradable weed control fabric
"Isn't it easier to just delay the planting, let the weeds grow and then spray the lot with Roundup?"
12 hours ago
Chris replied to Anthony Toop's discussion Etesia pro46 belt change
"Crikey wasn’t aware, thanks Neal :)"
13 hours ago
dan replied to dan's discussion biodegradable weed control fabric
"yes -- and it looks as if jute doesnt have the strength to stop some weeds 'breaking through' -- they advise a total erradication of weeds prior to laying which kinda seems to destroy the point."
13 hours ago
Norms replied to dan's discussion biodegradable weed control fabric
"I’m not clued up on the weed barrier but some I’ve seen you can see light through it so I’m sure weeds will grow any way so check that by holding it up to the light"
13 hours ago
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Tethering A Runaway

I have been specialising in stump grinding for the past 18 years throughout Anglia.  Over that time period I have experienced  loss of drive to the wheels on a number of occassions while on site (a real bummer) and twice while up/down loading from…

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