news:Ground Control

If you have had Japanese knotweed problems in the past, and control measures have left you with dead stalks from last year’s crop of weeds, don’t assume that all your problems have gone away. It is probable that lurking just under ...

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Amenity turf uses only a handful of the 10,000 species in the grass family. Perennial ryegrass is a major component of grass seed mixtures used for sports, amenity and other landscape purposes in the UK. Demand is growing for new cost-efficient ...

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Bailoy Products have been the forerunners in decoder based irrigation control systems since the early 1980’s. They design, manufacture and support various controllers including GTI Gemini, GTI Trident, CDS-DIU and SC3000. The early irrigation controllers were “push button” based systems, but ...

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Plummeting winter temperatures could prove the precursor of Microdochium (Fusarium) Patch attacks. When winter snow and sleet melts, the prolonged wet thatch creates the conditions for disease outbreak. New research has shown proactive early applications of Medallion TL can prevent visible ...

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Large areas of the UK continue to deal with the enormous clear up operation following the November 2012 floods, but it’s unlikely that many have considered the longer term implications of what may have been spread by the rising flood waters. ...

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  Members of the Turfgrass Growers Association met last week to reflect on a year when water dominated both the headlines and its activities. “We’ve had a busy and challenging year, particularly during the water restrictions,” said TGA Chief Executive Tim ...

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Biogénie Site Remediation has announced that their new soil treatment facility located in the Midlands region has now opened and is currently receiving contaminated soils. The loss of landfill tax exemptions in April 2012 left the Midlands without a recognised solution ...

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