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Pitches, balls to be sterilised when football resumes

Leagues are considering to sterilize balls and pitches frequently in order to minimise the chance of players getting infected by…

GKB introduces own aerator

GKB Machines introduces the Deep Tine Aerator to aerate turf vertically. The aerator is available in four working widths: 120,…

EuCertPlast certification for FieldTurf Promax-R infill

FieldTurf-Tarkett reports that the recycling process and management system for the production of Promax-R (performance infill for synthetic turf football…

Austria now only accepts non-infill synthetic turf

The State of Upper Austria has instructed the recommencement of synthetic turf installations that had been stopped for environmental concerns.…

BIGGA and R&A update advice on essential maintenance

The British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association (BIGGA) and R&A have updated their guidance after the lockdown for coronavirus was…

Re-Match next to introduce sleeving

Re-Match is the next company to introduce sleeving. This concept ensures that all material is contained in the rolls from…

Crumb rubber poses no health risk

A European study has confirmed that there are no health risks to playing football on synthetic turf with rubber granules…

GKB Sandspreader and Topdrop sander allowed on the roads

The Sandspreader and Topdrop sanders of GKB Machines have been approved for driving on the road. Thanks to this approval…

“Wimbledon in late summer impossible”

Wimbledon head groundsman Neil Stubley has explained that the low sun in late summer makes it impossible to play Wimbledon…

Tuf Recycling covers synthetic turf

Tuf Recycling in Dongen, the Netherlands, has covered the discarded synthetic turf mats on the site again. The municipality of…