April 2005

April 2005

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  • Ice Cover: Its Role in Winter Injury

    Ice Cover: Its Role in Winter Injury

    As we move out of winter into spring Dr Karl Danneberger helps you to assess the damage that ice can cause. Read more

  • From Small Acorns…

    From Small Acorns…

    Gareth Jones visits Thornhill Golf Club where a three man greenkeeping team are battling with limited budgets and time to produce a top course. Read more

  • Time for a Trim

    Time for a Trim

    James de Havilland measures his angles and investigates the best ways to trim tricky banks and hills. Read more

  • Seeing is Believing

    Seeing is Believing

    In the first of a two part series Steve Isaac, Assistant Director - Golf Course Management, The R&A, looks at how the Danish are managing fescue. Read more

  • Too Wet, Too Dry - Soil Moisture and Your Greens

    Too Wet, Too Dry - Soil Moisture and Your Greens

    Peter Winter, STRI Agronomist for the South West and South Wales, highlights the importance of total soil moisture management in the preparation of excellent putting surfaces Read more

  • My Week as a BIGGA Delegate

    My Week as a BIGGA Delegate

    Mike Gash reviews his trip to America and the GCSAA Show through the BIGGA Delegation, sponsored by Bernhard. Read more

  • A Word with Alliss

    A Word with Alliss

    With April heralding the annual outbreak of Augusta Syndrome Scott MacCallum speaks with a man who has been a feature of Augusta for nearly 40 years. Read more

  • Just the Tonic

    Just the Tonic

    Nick Harden looks at the causes of poor health in fine turf and some of the treatments and corrective measures greenkeepers can apply. Read more