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  • 09/01/2017 11:13AM A New Year, but what does it hold? Alan Abel from Complete Weed Control gives Turf Managers his view ahead of 2017. The years, when working within the turf and amenity industry seem to go very quickly, as we are always thinking about the next season ahead. Each of the four seasons brings its own challenges, be it weather, fixtures, disease outbreaks, weak sward – the list seems endless. Turf managers must deal with these issues as they occur. It is no use waiting and seeing. Decision time is now, not tomorrow or next week. 2016 proved to be a reasonable year and the autumn/winter up to now, has been kind to us. A lot of golf projects have been carried out in dry-ish conditions, which could not have happened in 2015 as it didn't stop raining for three months and the soil had reached saturation point. So we never know what to expect. There has never been a more challenging time to live through than now. BREXIT seems to be the current buzz word and it is so unclear how it will work out with regards to the UK. The Sustainable Use Directive (SUDs) and our National Action Plan is such an important part of legislation and affects our industry in a big way. We are losing many important active ingredients and although people may think no one is doing anything about it, this is far from the situation. The Amenity Forum, led by Prof John Moverley, is lobbying government ministers continuously on the sections behalf. As a body, The Amenity Forum is spelling out the problems that are happening in the field, highlighting the continual erosion of our arsenal of substances that we all require to keep our turf in the condition that has come to be expected. They are explaining how professional we are in the amenity section and highlighting the necessity for the NSTS for sprayers, the importance of the Amenity Assured Scheme, and in general showing our industry in the best light while demonstrating that we are all dedicated to best practice and continual professional development. On that subject, November 26 has passed, so all sprayers should hold NSTS certificates now. Agriculture HAS been through this development years ago. They have their sprayers checked and tested regularly, and they have had the Farm Assured Scheme running since the eighties. Our numbers in the amenity sector when it comes to BASIS qualifications are woefully low, as is the membership of NASOR or NoRosO. In my opinion, this is what is letting our industry down. If the Government think for one minute this sector is being neglectful, then we will be under further restrictions. Glyphosate is also very much in the spotlight. There was a meeting in Virginia USA at the end of December made up of scientists making observations concerning the safety of this most important active ingredient. The world simply cannot afford to be without this herbicide. End of. For your further information, please visit the Amenity Forum website to see the 'Get Moving' films. Update events are taking place in February, March and April which will be “do not miss” events! So, challenging times lie ahead of all of us endeavouring to carry out our jobs in a professional manner – whether that be groundsmen, greenkeepers or contractors. Visit the Complete Weed Control website for all of the latest industry news and contact your local team for a survey of a particular situation or cost for a particular application – be it fungicide at short notice or any other requirement. For more information, please contact Complete Weed Control’s national office on 01325 324 277 Read More
  • 03/01/2017 12:51PM Complete Weed Control brings New service to BTME 2017 Complete Weed Control, the UK’s largest weed control contractor, will be at BTME 2017 (stand C48), where visitors will be able to find out more information on the company’s new Complete Artificial Grass service. Forget about mowing, watering and fertilizing. Complete Artificial Grass has perfected the art of installing premium artificial grass using the finest products on the market. Their experienced national teams can simulate the look, feel, and performance of natural grass in virtually any commercial or domestic environment and under the most extreme soil and weather conditions. There are six products available in the range that will not only look wonderful all year round, but can also be installed to be impact absorbing for play areas with the installation of a shock pad. Complete Tee Complete Tee can be installed to provide an unrivalled realistic playing surface facilitating play all year round. Complete Green Complete Green has been designed to be durable while still providing a true and realistic playing surface. Complete Pathway Complete Pathway is the solution for those looking for an attractive and extremely low maintenance solution for pathways, and cartways. The Clarence, Highgrove and Beaumont products will provide a real alternative to natural grass for domestic gardens by offering 25mm, 30mm and 35mm pile heights, different textures and colour variations to suit any environment. The launch of Complete Artificial Grass follows the launch of a host of new services from the Complete Group over the past two years. A wide range of local authorities, industrial premises, forestry sites and sporting venues are now all benefitting from the all-encompassing services, which include: §  Grass Cutting - Regular cutting of all grassed areas §  Selective Weed Control - For control of broad leaf weeds in turf §  Total Weed Control - Hard, soft and gravel surfaces §  Grass Growth Control - Retardation of grass growth in all areas §  Invasive Weed Control - Management and control §  Moss Control - Moss and algae in turf and on hard surfaces §  Shrub Pruning - Scheduled and reactive work §  Winter Maintenance - Grit spreading and snow clearance §  Litter Picking - Scheduled and reactive §  baseguard - Rubber crumb surfaces For more information, please contact Complete Group’s National office on 01325 324 277. Over the coming few weeks, a brand new website will be launched and can be viewed by visiting www.completeartificialgrass.co.uk Read More
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