What are the options for groundsmen looking to bring facilities back to life? Rachel Anderson reports on latest developments in seeders, aerators, scarifiers, line-markers, spreaders and top dressers.
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Grounds and Gardens Team Leader
West London NHS Trust Broadmoor Hospital, Crowthorne
Head Gardener with Estate management skills required for a Historic Cornish Estate.
Trewarthenick Estate Cornwall, Truro, Tregony
Daylesford Estate Gloucestershire - The Cotswolds
Production Manager - National Dahlia Collection
National Dahlia Collection Penzance, Cornwall
Assistant Grounds Manager
Ilminster Town Council Ilminster, Somerset
What is available to help groundsmen keep playing surfaces in the best possible condition? Sally Drury asks the experts.
Repair work should be planned well in advance and a growing number of products are available to help get the job done, Sally Drury reports.
Using the right equipment is essential to ensure that grass roots get the air, water and nutrients they need to thrive, Sally Drury explains.
Labour shortage, loss of chemicals, robotic mowing, new grasses and plant nutrition.
This year's Saltex will be looking to build on the success of last year by packing in a multitude of exhibitors and sessions over the two days, Sally Drury reports.
The latest machines have simplified the process of line marking using cutting-edge technology and even robotics, Sally Drury reports.
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