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Pennsylvania to be home of North America’s first artificial turf recycling facility

Re-Match, a Denmark-based company that recycles artificial turf, is behind the $12-million project. The facility is expected to create about 40 new full-time jobs.

Turf & Rec kicks off annual Equipment Week next week

For the second consecutive year, Turf & Rec is presenting a look at equipment used by turfgrass professionals, including battery-powered and handheld equipment, mowers, snow and ice equipment and general turf care equipment.

Mild winter weather sees busy reopening of Kelowna, B.C. golf course

Golfers basked in 15 degrees Celsius weather on Wednesday, and 140 golfers were expected to play Thursday. The course reopened for play on Nov. 26 after shutting down for the season.

Thieves steal lawn care equipment from West Lincoln, Ont. business

Gasoline and battery-powered lawn care equipment were stolen from a John Deere business in West Lincoln, Ont. at about 11 o’clock on the morning of Nov. 11.
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Equipment Week

Equipment Week

Turf & Rec is marking its second annual Equipment Week Dec. 13-17. During this period, we will highlight new trends and technologies as they pertain to all sectors of the industry – golf, landscaping and sports turf. Among the equipment featured will be autonomous and battery-powered equipment, handheld equipment, mowers, snow and ice equipment, and turf care equipment.
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Snow contractors

Snow contractors becoming a dying breed as insurance rates continue to soar

As the number of slip-and-fall lawsuits continue to mount, insurance companies are becoming more reluctant to insure contractors, or have increased their rates so high that contractors are getting out of the business. » Read more...
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Bunkers, Pits & Other Hazards: A Guide to the Design, Maintenance, and Preservation of Golf’s Essential Elements

You are holding a book about inconveniences. But, unlike those unpleasant interruptions in life when we bite into a sour strawberry or encounter a pothole that costs us an expensive new tire, the interruptions covered here lead a dual life. While they are inconvenient on the surface, they are essential to the core. They force decisions. The correct routes will bring triumph and even fame. The bad choices will bring ruin and even long-term fears. The risky paths—whether conquered or failed—intensify the experience.

As every golfer knows, hazards are the heart and soul of the game of golf. Hazards come in all shapes, sizes, and configurations, from sand bunkers and waste areas to lakes and natural watercourses. Their placement and use in design are the most defining components of a golf course. » Order your copy today

Landscape Congress

Jan 11-13, 2022
Location: Toronto Congress Centre
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