Fungicide future written on the wall

We’ve created a brilliant new wall planner poster to help you with planning a proactive fungicide programme for the coming winter, and it’s proving really popular. So much so that I’ve been bombarded with requests for the poster and technical guide, as well as reviewing people’s thoughts and ideas. Why’s it so current? Well, after…

See the action of Turf Science Live

Turf Science Live once again proved to be a fantastic opportunity to meet up with so many great people. It’s always exciting to share what we have been doing in the field of trials and research – especially when we have something new and exciting with the launch of Instrata Elite. And it’s really rewarding…

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August growth now, for winter survival later

A lot of the guys I’ve been talking to of late have been grumbling about the constant grass growth with all the rainfall over recent weeks – and the problems of mowing in permanently wet conditions. But the good news is that you can take advantage of good growing conditions in August to prepare your…

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Play Fantasy Football League – And Win

Most of you that know me know I’m passionate about my football, and the joys (and frustrations) that the beloved West Ham United bring me week in, week out. It’s one of the reasons I love visiting football grounds and talking to the incredible teams that manage them.But do you think you’ve got what it…

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Blooming success at Gaudet Luce

Pretty much every club I visit is now doing some fantastic environmental work, alongside managing the day-job of providing ever better playing surfaces. It’s a real industry success story and one we should all be incredibly proud of. In the West Midlands, Andy Laing is doing some great work with wildflowers at Gaudet Luce. It…