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IOG partners with Lawn Tennis Association and All England Club to boost UK...
A major new training initiative designed to continue to advance tennis grass court surface excellence throughout England has been established by the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) in conjunction
IOG delivers updated winter pitches course
IOG Learning recently held a successful Level 2 Winter Pitches (Applied Turf Culture) course at Nottingham Forest Football Club - delivered by trainer Chris Gray.
Grassroots Football Survey 2016
The FA has today launched the 2016 Grassroots Football Survey, which will run from Monday 19 September until Friday 28 October.
RFU’s £50m artificial pitch rollout begins in Aylesbury, Preston and Weston-...
Aylesbury, Preston and Weston-super-Mare are the first towns to benefit from floodlit artificial pitches under the Rugby Football Union’s (RFU) four-year development plan.
Expanded Learning LIVE educational sessions announced for SALTEX 2016
Learning LIVE, the all-encompassing education programme designed for all sectors of the groundscare industry, has now been finalised and is set to be a major attraction at SALTEX 2016 on the 2 and
IOG Learning delivers bespoke course at Sixways Stadium
The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) recently successfully delivered a Level 2 ‘Effective maintenance of 3G surfaces’ training course at Worcester Warriors’ Sixways Stadium.
Pathology & Soil Science LIVE comes to SALTEX 2016
The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) has announced that a new unique feature called Pathology and Science LIVE will be coming to SALTEX 2016, which will be held at the NEC, Birmingham on the 2 and
LTA launches park courts renovation project following Wimbledon success
Andy Murray won his second Wimbledon title earlier this month during a standout tournament for British competitors / Steve Paston/PA Wire/Press Association Images.
The unseen work of football ground staff, who ensure the grass is always greener
While pitches at Euro 2016 have struggled to cope with unseasonably heavy rain, England’s dreary weather has made Premier League ground staff world experts.
EU committee unable to agree on glyphosate
Glyphosate's license will expire in six days unless the European Commission steps in to relicense the popular chemical, after an EU appeals committee returned "no opinion" on the matter.