Everybody wants to have the nicest lawn and investing in a robotic lawn mower such as the Husqvarna Automower, you start to save on time, chemicals, running cost, noise and emission pollution, minimising the dangers of cutting your lawn, servicing and storage space.
There is often a sense of confusion as to whether you want to seed or overseed in your turf renovation. These two processes both aim to create a viable turf sward from seed, but using different processes and machinery.
The increased use of email, online accounting tools, online payment systems as well as automated groundcare equipment means that its increasingly important for land and sports turf owners to look at their growing exposure to cyber risks and how they can best protect themselves and their businesses.
Whether you are a golf course, bowling green, football pitch or a domestic lawn customer, a common debate is which type of mower should I use - cylinder or rotary? Here are some helpful Pros and Cons for each type of mower to help you make the right choice...
Football pitch standards at all levels have steadily increased over and over during the last 10 years. You certainly don’t see a muddy pitch at professional level anymore, or even re-turfing mid-season which was common even at major venues such as Old Trafford. So why have pitches improved? this is down to several factors...
Chris Gibson, Managing Director of GGM Groundscare gives a review of what can only be described as a very unusual year! As we approach the end of the 2020 which many of us are glad to see the back of, what have we learnt? What have we dealt with? and what plans have we in place for 2021?
There are a lot of questions that come to mind when thinking about buying a ride-on mower and this blog looks into some of the frequently asked questions customers have when looking to buy a ride on lawn mower, helping to make your decision simple and stress free.
Compact tractors are usually broken down into two different category types which are designed for different applications; these are usually a ‘manual’ gear drive or a ‘hydrostatic’ oil drive. Each design has different advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important to do your research and seek the correct technical advice before making a sizeable investment.
As more sand is being used these days in greenkeeping, many greenkeepers are looking towards buying a machine that has tough blades and this enables the blades to stay sharper for longer saving in both cost and man hours replacing and sharpening blades.
We’re frequently asked by greenskeepers “why is my green running slow?”. It’s a common question, and the simple answer is that it can be down to a number of different factors. To assist our customer the best we can and get to the bottom of the issue efficiently, we ask several key questions: