Monthly Archives: August 2016

Campey provides essential aeration to The Island Golf Club with the Air2G2 Air Inject

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Aeration ranks very highly at The Island Golf Club’s links course in Donabate, Co. Dublin Ireland, with the Air2G2 Air Inject’s primary qualities making it an essential part of the greens renovation programme. Links superintendent, Dave Edmundson, knows – like all turf professionals – the benefits of soil aeration. He considers himself fortunate that his

Imants Duo Transform the Fairways at Bray Golf Club, Ireland

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The Imants ShockWave and RotoKnife – supplied by Campey Turf Care Systems – have helped transform the fairways at Bray Golf Club, Co. Wicklow Ireland, after the club relocated to their current site in 2003. After the original base of their nine-hole course was purchased by a land developer, Bray Golf Club moved to a

Your invitation to Turf Science Live, Ireland – 29 September 2016

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An exciting one day event showcasing the latest research and technological innovations in turf agronomy. Presented by ICL, Syngenta, Campey Turf Care and Toro, Turf Science Live will give a practical hands-on opportunity to interact with leading specialists in many aspects of turf management, and fi nd out how the techniques can be used to

Portable Aeration For Turf Care Professionals

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Following the unrivalled success of the Air2G2, Campey Turf Care Systems have added the Air2HP a handheld portable probe to the range, offering precise aeration for hard to reach areas. The Air2HP  apparatus works using a single probe aerator – which is activated by a hand operated air valve – which fractures the soil profile.

Essential Work After Cumbrian Flooding

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Duncan Ross has carried out essential turf rejuvenation work at Edenhall and Langwathby Cricket and Football Club in the Cumbrian village of Edenhall, after severe flooding rendered the site unplayable. The sports field is run by three trustees, and provides an area for villagers to play cricket, football, archery and croquet, as well as hosting