The Groundsman

June 2015

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Britannia rules with MM60 grass seed As one of the oldest professional football teams in the world, Stoke City FC has long-standing traditions and standards to uphold. It is essential that the club has a playing surface in line with its historic reputation, which is why head groundsman Andrew Jackson has selected Limagrain UK's MM60 grass seed. This is a 100 per cent Ryegrass formula which is ideal for renovation and divot repair. Renowned for its extremely fast germination, MM60 has a high wear tolerance combined with a high disease resistance giving fantastic aesthetic qualities; something which Andrew is particularly pleased with. Andrew initially trialled the seed at Stoke City's academy set-up two seasons ago. After impressive results, he made the decision to apply it to all nine pitches - which are a combination of training areas and pitches then added the pitch at The Britannia. It is a decision which Andrew believes has really paid off. See the video of the New Wide Area Stadium Rotary mower RM34 from Allett Allett Design Engineers worked closely with professional football groundsmen over years to develop the next essential machine for stadiums and pitches. Allett are proud to announce the launch of the new RM34 Stadium Mower and vacuum. This innovative addition to Allett's professional range of Sportsfield mowers was revealed to the press and turf professionals for the first time at SALTEX For more information or to book your demo call 01889 271 503 or email sales@allett.co.uk www.allett.co.uk Download Youtube video PRODUCT SHOWCASE 44 the Groundsman June 2015 A double row of brushes each with a cross bar to adjust the flex, provide a freshen up and groom to artificial and natural sports surfaces 01473 328272 sales@schsupplies.co.uk www.schsupplies.co.uk FREE 80 PAGE BROCHURE RIDE ON GROOMING RAKE (REF RGB) Priced at just £695.00 plus VAT

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