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  1. A31: a SUPREME grass seed for shaded areas

    A31: a SUPREME grass seed for shaded areas

    Establishing and maintaining good grass coverage in concealed areas can be a real challenge for landscape gardeners, greenkeepers and grounds maintenance staff, especially if the area in question is heavily shaded for lengthy periods of time. The lack of direct sunlight can leave swards thin and increasingly susceptible to invasion by shade tolerant weeds and, more commonly, moss.
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  2. Scottish turfgrass demo day goes down a storm

    Scottish turfgrass demo day goes down a storm

    More than 100 greenkeepers, groundsmen and grounds maintenance contractors from across Scotland attended an amenity demonstration day at Falkirk Tryst Golf Club on 11th March, with those who braved the day’s stormy weather able to see some of the latest golf and sports pitch specific machinery and turf renovation equipment in action.
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  3. New three-way seed blend for ultra-fine golf greens

    New three-way seed blend for ultra-fine golf greens

    Germinal has introduced a new seed mixture to its Grade ‘A’ portfolio of golf-specific grass blends: containing two top-performing perennial ryegrasses and a high-ranking creeping bentgrass, A8 Ultrafine Ryegreens is the perfect ‘rescue’ mixture for the eradication of early season scarring.
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  4. Repairing damaged golf tees before meadow grass invades

    Repairing damaged golf tees before meadow grass invades

    As the long, wet winter months gradually begin to make way for what will hopefully be a favourable spring, golf clubs which demand the use of year-round grass tees will probably be facing the task of repairing significant damage to those tees.
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  5. Pitch restoration after the floods subside

    Pitch restoration after the floods subside

    With sports pitches across the UK either severely water-logged or completely submerged by flood waters, the majority of spring aeration work and fertiliser applications are on hold. Groundsmen are instead contemplating their next moves once the flood waters have receded and water tables have started to fall.
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  6. Bespoke seed mixture provides the perfect blend

    Bespoke seed mixture provides the perfect blend

    The creation of a bespoke over-seeding mixture has enabled the greenkeeping team at Dunblane New Golf Club to improve the uniformity and aesthetics of the club’s fairways and tees, with a carefully chosen seed formula ensuring new grass growth blends seamlessly with the course’s existing swards.
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