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Unpredictable P.E.I. weather challenges golf super

The unpredictable winter season in Atlantic Canada has made things much more challlenging for golf superintendents. Fox Meadow Golf Course superintendent Paul MacCormack said the cycles of snow, rain, freezing rain and freezing temperatures have made it difficult for him to do the work necessary to get his Prince Edward Island course ready for the spring.

Registration open for SIMA symposium

Registration is open for the 20th anniversary SIMA Snow & Ice Symposium to be held June 20-23 in Montreal. The event includes a trade show on June 21 and 22, education sessions, networking opportunities and connections with manufacturers.

Media Sales Representative – Green Industries

Annex Business Media is Canada’s largest B2B media company, and we continue to grow. We believe that our values and unique culture are cornerstones to our success. We are currently looking for a passionate media sales representative to join our successful green industries group, which includes Greenhouse Canada and Turf & Recreation.

European agency finds no cancer link to turf infill - See more at:

Fears that rubber particles used for synthetic turf infill can cause cancer have been put to rest by the European Chemicals Agency. Preliminary studies conducted by the agency suggest there is no cause for concern among athletes who play on synthetic turf surfaces or among those who install the fields.
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Illnesses, injuries and artificial turf

An environmental health professor has written on The Medical Press website his thoughts as to why he suspects "artificial turf may truly be bad for kids." Specifically, he looks into illnesses and injuries among athletes who play on synthetic turf surfaces. » Read more...


Oct. 19-20, 2017
Location: Kentucky Expo Center, Louisville, KY
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