Groundsmen look to heavens hoping nature saves them from the sewer
The intense heat has made pitch preparation problematic, and some drastic solutions were found in the summer of 1976.
6 reasons to make a nomination for the IOG Industry Awards
Most people want to win an award. Just the fact of being nominated by your boss, your peers or your team can bring a huge number of benefits to those involved. And in these challenging times, any l
New Innovation Hub concept at SALTEX 2018
New for 2018, SALTEX visitors can expect to see and experience the very latest groundscare ingenuity in a new area on the show floor which is purely dedicated to innovation and new concepts in grou
Water advice to tap into – during the drought!
All sports facilities and organisations have a role in conserving water, and grounds staff can help reduce the pressure on resources while also providing good playing surfaces by adapting pitch mai
IOG welcomes Lantra as End Point Assessment Organisation for new Apprenticeship...
Lantra has become the End Point Assessment Organisation (EPAO) for the new Level 2 Sports Turf Operative Apprenticeship Standard developed by the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) and a large emplo
Liverpool FC confirm Kirkby redevelopment to go ahead
Liverpool Football Club (LFC) has confirmed that the Club will proceed with the redevelopment of its KSS-designed Academy site in Kirkby.
What happens in amenity management impacts upon every UK citizen every day
This is one of the statements made by the Amenity Forum Chairman in the Voluntary Initiative’s recently released Annual Report.
Wembley sale: FA says only one in three pitches at grassroots level adequate
Only one in three pitches at grassroots level is of adequate quality, says the Football Association.
A record £10 million of government funding made available to improve rugby...
The Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) has today announced its second major initiative from the tournament’s ‘Inspired by 2021’ legacy programme.
Swansea rugby club Vardre RFC 'devastated' by pitch fire
A Swansea rugby club's bosses are "devastated" after one of their pitches was set alight in a suspected arson.