Magazine - Industry News (Page 42)
Aerating Plays an Important part in Turf Management
22 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Press Release
Aerating plays an important part in turf management. It greatly improves surface drainage. With improved soil aeration, fertilizers have easy access to the root zone. Surface and sub-surface panning is relieved. Root growth is strengthened, and this improves the soil structure. All this adds up to better playing conditions.
20 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Julia Campey
The pace of golf greens has never been more central to how the golfer views the quality a given golf course. Speed is now demanded instead of craved and the virtue of patience is now a distant memory of day’s gone bye.
18 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Rob Jenkins
Machinery available for your coring, scarifying and dethatching needs. Competitive hectare rates, customer satisfaction is our priority
16 Oct 2007 - Industry News - John Purtell
Like all of the products in the TurfWorks International range, the chassis is made to the highest quality with the emphasis on stainless steal to ensure maximum shelf life and aesthetic appeal.
15 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Editor
The MT5000 dual or single mower trailer includes independent spring suspension and a hydraulic mower lowering and raising cradle assuring that greens mowers reach the putting surface with precision settings intact.
11 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Editor
This bio-degradable sod and turf staple is a brand new easy to use system which is both labour saving and environmentally friendly. With Turf Tacs you can instantly lay down turfgrass divots, erosion control netting, grass and flower mats effortlessly and economically.
9 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Editor
Replicas are a well-established method of deterring geese. Bird-X, Inc. ( www.bird-x.com ) developed its 3D Coyote in 2007 based on 43 years of research and experience with goose problems at golf courses, corporate, school and hospital campuses, city parks and homes
9 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Editor
Canada Geese, ducks and waterfowl are stubborn, territorial and aggressive. They destroy property, leave unsightly mess and cause significant economic losses
6 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Editor
Pinnaroo is a small town in the South Australian mallee country. The town is blessed with a strong cohesive community and an aquifer with high quality water. These two aspects have resulted in a major upgrade to the town’s 9 hole golf course.
3 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Editor
National Bird Day in Australia has never been more important as many of our birds are facing extinction with climate change and the drought….. Gould Group.
2 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Peter Driver
Tottenham Hotspur FC sign an exclusive supply agreement with Ransomes Jacobsen.
1 Oct 2007 - Industry News - Graham Lawless
Robbie Snell and his company Sunstate Aquaseeding & Hydromulching have an interesting history.
26 Sep 2007 - Industry News - Editor
This new turf groomer offers several improvements when compared to the current design being used on the LF3400 with 128mm (5”) diameter cutting units. The reels can be sharpened, in-situ, without removing the groomer and all adjustment points are accessible from the front of the reel assembly. The roller is continually cleaned, even when the groomer is raised and out of the operating position thereby ensuring a cleaner finish.
24 Sep 2007 - Industry News - John Purtell
Featuring an advanced highly-responsive hydraulic drive system and hydraulic controls for all implements. With a new-design scarifier with exact depth control, and "step-through" chassis, tilt wheel and high-back seat for operator comfort.
24 Sep 2007 - Industry News - Editor
The TR50 Turf Renovator was conceived as a direct result of industry demand for a multi-purpose turf maintenance machine that has been designed for use in all Turf areas including Golf Courses, Sportsfields, Parklands, Tennis Courts, Racetracks, Cemeteries and any large Turf areas.
14 Sep 2007 - Industry News - Editor
Ransomes Jacobsen is a subsidiary of Textron Inc., an $11 billion multi-industry company operating in 32 countries with approximately 40,000 employees.
13 Sep 2007 - Industry News - Editor
Lawless lasers getting the job done at the M.C.G
11 Sep 2007 - Industry News - Editor
Completely gear driven; easier to maintain and more durable than mowers with chains or belts.
10 Sep 2007 - Industry News - Editor
The new Cyclone KB3 debris blower will be replacing the KB2 unit. The KB3 blowers offers the same great performance and dependability with a few major enhancements. Throttle and nozzle rotation are now controlled by a wireless remote control. Smoother throttle control is provided by the upgraded electronic governor. The new KB3 is powered by the standard 23HP Kohler Command Pro.
9 Sep 2007 - Industry News - Editor
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