Magazine - Articles in March 2010
31 Mar 2010 - A.F.L - Editor
Country and suburban footy clubs have good, solid homes, in many cases ovals at which they've been based for more than a century.
31 Mar 2010 - General Sports - Editor
After years of trying to negotiate a settlement with contractors over leaks at Wellington's Westpac Stadium, the trust which runs it has filed a damages claim for almost $5 million.
International Cricket Coming to ANZ Stadium
31 Mar 2010 - Cricket - Editor
International cricket in Sydney will be shifted from the Sydney Cricket Ground for the first time in 128 years under a new tenancy agreement struck by Cricket New South Wales, the Premier Kristina Keneally announced today.
31 Mar 2010 - General News - Melanie Cramm
When it comes to getting your greens ready earlier, Evergreen has you covered. Lab tested and golf course approved, we’ve been helping get golfers putting sooner for over 20 years.
30 Mar 2010 - Offers - Dan Dixon
For a limited time, purchase a Toro Kombi Line Marker and 12 x 15 Ltr pails of Pitchmarker Pro paint and receive free a brilliant Toro Personal Pace rotary mower valued at $695.
30 Mar 2010 - Consultancy - Greencast
When soils are tooa cidic, aluminum that is locked up in clay minerals dissolves into the soil as toxic, electrically charged particles called ions, making it hard for most plants to grow. In fact, aluminum toxicity in acidic soils limitscrop/turf production in as much as half the world's arable land in Africa, Asia and South America.
Return of the Mack
30 Mar 2010 - Schools - Sarah Gibson
The pretty North Island city of Palmerston North or “Palmy”, as it’s affectionately known to the locals, is home to the Manuwatu campus of Massey University, which enjoys a world renowned reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Gary Mack is in charge of all the grounds on the campus including the famous The Sports and Rugby Institute which has produced many a famous young All Black.
Wetting Agents - Why, What and Where?
30 Mar 2010 - Consultancy - David Goldstone
Dry patch is a recurring phenomenon and, whilst ever you use topdressing, it will continue to be so. Dry patch only grows and will always return to the same place every year!
30 Mar 2010 - Industry News - Press Release
For customers that work in narrow and tight applications like orchards, vineyards or even poultry sheds, Kubota now offers the M8540 Narrow tractor in a Rops version.
29 Mar 2010 - Mechanics - Eric Kulaas
We have this process that we do to our POS Tiff Eagle greens. We’ve been doing it for years and I call it churning..
29 Mar 2010 - Local Authority - Editor
Hornsby Shire Council launched a $2.4 million project funded by the Federal Government to undertake stormwater recycling and improve water and energy efficiency at Epping Oval, North Epping Oval, West Epping Oval and Eastwood’s Somerville Park.
29 Mar 2010 - Cricket - Editor
Premiership celebrations of Toowoomba cricketer Peter Reimers turned sour after he was at the centre of a vandalism attack this week.
29 Mar 2010 - Rugby - Editor
City Council says that not only is North Ipswich Reserve safe, but it will be the best ground in the state’s rugby league competition.
28 Mar 2010 - Offers - FountainLine
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28 Mar 2010 - Mechanics - Eric Kulaas
We’re trying the Greens Care Plus. I called the folks at Terresolve, who make it and it sounded great. We’ve been getting about 1000 hrs out of the regular fluid and the main feature of the Synthetic Plus is that it can last up to 2 X’s as long.
27 Mar 2010 - Golf - Rene Lubbers
With the excitement of last years John Deere Trans Tasman Championship hardly having had time to die down the Kiwis were first to plan their attack on this years Trans Tasman challenge.
27 Mar 2010 - General News - Steve Mexted
At Mexteds we understand good communication is vital to the outcome of any project. Having a clear understanding of our clients' needs and all relevant aspects of a project enable us to offer fresh ideas to deliver the best technical solutions.
Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg
26 Mar 2010 - World Stadiums - Rob Jenkins
Formerly known as the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg South Africa, the stadium is now called Soccer City Stadium. Haven't heard of it yet? It might not yet be a house hold name in world stadia but in a few months after it hosts the world cup final, it will be one of the true greats.
26 Mar 2010 - General News - Sally Green
The $1.7 billion Cook Cove business and recreation precinct development, just metres from Sydney Airport’s International terminal, is part of a global trend in which airport precincts are turned into business hubs.
26 Mar 2010 - General News - Cameron Henley
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