TGA Turf Show 2009 open for bookings

Stand bookings are now being taken for the 2009 TGA Turf Show due to at Q Lawns on Wednesday 24th June.

The biennial event is the only opportunity for turf industry companies to exhibit their products and machinery to UK turf producers.

In recent years, it has also attracted growers from France, Italy, Ireland, Turkey, Finland, Germany and Spain.
 Machinery demonstrations run throughout the day and companies with mowers, turf harvesters and cultivation and handling equipment can also book demonstration areas on turf or hard ground.
 Chief Executive Tim Mudge said:

“We’re more focused than ever on getting as many growers as we can to the 2009 show, members and non-members, and I’m confident it will be the best yet.”
For further information, call Joanna Lazell at the TGA office on 01507 607722 or email

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