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City won’t reopen muni course this yearJuly 2, 2020Synthetic turf market growing by 15%June 24, 2020Drones help monitor turf heathJune 19, 2020Synthetic turf market growing by 15%June 17, 2020Golf going strong three weeks inJune 10, 2020Saint John fields to be maintained by user groupsJune 3, 2020Inaugural Canadian GIS postponed to 2021May 27, 2020Ontario golf busy on opening dayMay 20, 2020Burnaby cuts nematode costs to help fight grubsMay 15, 2020Regulations ready when Ontario OKs golfMay 13, 2020Ontario can prepare for golf, but not openMay 6, 2020Know this about Saskatchewan golf openingsApril 29, 2020COVID-19 handcuffs P.E.I. landscapersApril 22, 2020Keys to strong spring startupApril 17, 2020Golf course defends decision to stay openApril 15, 2020Golfers caught illegally playing on London courseApril 8, 2020Time to shut down all golf in CanadaApril 1, 2020Golf a go? Yes or no?March 25, 2020LO honours irrigation businessMarch 20, 2020Goose poop cleaner works like ‘charm’March 18, 2020Golf course management contract brokenMarch 11, 2020BC Place eyed as emergency MLB home fieldMarch 4, 2020Agreement entered to purchase Devil’s PulpitFebruary 26, 2020A super’s take on the state of golfFebruary 19, 2020Golf rule changes good for agronomicsFebruary 12, 2020London puts golf course’s fate on holdFebruary 5, 2020Snow contractor closes business over insuranceJanuary 29, 2020Work begins on new GTI buildingJanuary 22, 2020Abandoned snow customers get reprieveJanuary 15, 2020Snow contractor closes business on eve of stormJanuary 8, 2020Turf & Rec’s most read stories of 2019December 31, 2019Shedding artificial turf fibres create environmental concernDecember 20, 2019Delegations say ‘no’ to golf course tree removalDecember 18, 2019WWF: We don’t need that much road saltDecember 11, 2019Thief hacks fir tree at Guelph ArboretumDecember 4, 2019Thieves spill 400 litres of gas into golf course water bodyNovember 27, 2019Going the extra mile to fight equipment theftNovember 22, 2019Eyeing brine as cheaper, eco-friendlier de-icing agentNovember 20, 2019Changes proposed to Ontario Pesticide ActNovember 13, 2019Landscaper feels cheated out of promised wageNovember 6, 2019ClubLink, Kanata residents ready for fightOctober 30, 2019Trees’ days numbered at Toronto parkOctober 23, 2019Kenora looks to feds for ball fields’ funding supportOctober 18, 2019Kenora seeks federal funding for ball diamondOctober 16, 2019Snow customers cry foulOctober 9, 2019Council backs golf course’s flood strategy fightOctober 2, 2019Crumb rubber shows lead contentSeptember 25, 2019Montreal to fell 130+ ice storm-damaged treesSeptember 20, 2019Park’s turf still awaits post-festival repairsSeptember 18, 2019Seat belts for golf ‘costly, impractical’September 11, 2019Scrap park idea, Montreal councillor saysSeptember 4, 2019GTI’s new location working out fineAugust 28, 2019Managing greens in summer extremesAugust 23, 2019GTI’s new location working out fineAugust 21, 2019Montreal park to be Canada’s largest urban green spaceAugust 14, 2019Off-leash park’s grass sends dogs to vetAugust 7, 2019Golf green destroyed by burning carJuly 31, 2019Volunteers drain diamonds to save tourneyJuly 24, 2019‘Walk the brine’ for better sidewalksJuly 19, 2019Allturf acquires Dol Turf RestorationJuly 17, 2019B.C. landscaping nursery placed under quarantineJuly 10, 2019Fewer bunkers, but perfect drainageJuly 3, 2019The latest in the Glen Abbey sagaJune 26, 2019Edmonton GC adopts hole location softwareJune 21, 2019End likely for Calgary par three courseJune 19, 2019Bearspaw reopening…as semi-private courseJune 12, 2019Canada’s sports turf manager of the yearJune 5, 2019CGSA names first female assistant super of yearMay 29, 2019Heavy rain shuts down Burlington’s sports fieldsMay 22, 2019Not your typical lawn care businessMay 17, 2019Turf & Rec selects its Top 10 Under 40May 15, 2019Calgary’s Bearspaw GC shuts downMay 8, 2019Apex acquires Wright’s lawn care divisionMay 1, 2019GIE+EXPO registration openApril 24, 2019Research projects to look at fertility, diseaseApril 19, 2019BMO Field getting new hybrid turf systemApril 17, 2019Artificial turf safer than natural grass?April 10, 2019Historic elm ready to meet its fateApril 3, 2019Rugby teams cleaning doggy doo before practiceMarch 27, 2019Spring irrigation start-up made easyMarch 22, 2019Managing greens in summer extremesMarch 20, 2019Peterborough waives tree-cutting permitMarch 13, 2019P.E.I. on alert for invasive mothMarch 6, 2019No show snow contractor outedFebruary 27, 2019Arborists on guard for oak wilt arrivalFebruary 20, 2019NB’s largest black walnut’s life in dangerFebruary 13, 2019Snow contractor returns after suspicious shutdownFebruary 6, 2019Protest fails to spare iconic tree’s lifeJanuary 30, 2019Parks official seeks gas equipment ban in cityJanuary 23, 2019Winnipeg takes stand against ash borerJanuary 16, 2019City’s ball diamonds facing adversityJanuary 9, 2019Turf & Rec’s most read stories of 2018January 2, 2019Icy Grey Cup game prompts turf summitDecember 21, 2018Superior Court adds new drama to Glen Abbey sagaDecember 19, 2018Ash borer may change Halifax landscapeDecember 12, 2018Targeting weevils when they’re most activeDecember 5, 2018Field criticisms prompt CFL investigationNovember 28, 2018Utility vehicle line gets upgradeNovember 23, 2018Mississauga investing millions into parkNovember 21, 2018Landscaping business opens safer post-fire facilityNovember 14, 2018Taxpayers to pay for sod farm drivewayNovember 7, 2018ClubLink gains ground against Glen AbbeyOctober 31, 2018Ash borer arrives in Owen SoundOctober 24, 2018St. Thomas rec complex nearing completionOctober 19, 2018Keeping ball diamond dust in checkOctober 17, 2018Mayoralty candidate wants golf courses closedOctober 10, 2018Artificial turf fields boost enthusiasmOctober 3, 2018Ash borer lands in Nova ScotiaSeptember 26, 2018Trees perform best when watered wiselySeptember 21, 2018Golf and smoking dopeSeptember 19, 2018Baker named CGSA super of yearSeptember 12, 2018City’s turf field decision could face legal challengeSeptember 5, 2018Soccer star upset with BMO’s turfAugust 29, 2018Know how golf fungicides work before sprayingAugust 24, 2018Bee-friendly boulevard not city friendlyAugust 22, 2018Heat exhaustion hits P.E.I. landscapersAugust 15, 2018Predator hornets take over ball diamondsAugust 8, 2018Accolades pour in for Open’s conditionsAugust 1, 2018Open champs lament Abbey’s fateJuly 25, 2018Make noise to grow snow businessJuly 20, 2018Cut your grass or be finedJuly 18, 2018Leaf blower ban passed in Montreal suburbJuly 11, 2018Tree-cutting opponents speak outJuly 4, 2018Lloydminster course gets grass greensJune 27, 2018Tech-savvy landscaper blazing new trailJune 22, 2018Leaf blowers face ban in BeaconsfieldJune 20, 2018Toronto mayor opposes grass cutting orderJune 13, 2018Superintendent has been around golf his entire lifeJune 6, 2018Victoria man asst. super of yearMay 30, 2018Equipment technician leaves his markMay 23, 2018Education needed for weed-free lawnsMay 18, 2018‘Dust devils’ strike baseball fieldsMay 16, 2018Stabbing next to Halifax golf courseMay 9, 2018Newfoundland golf course under waterMay 2, 2018New sports field prompts legal actionApril 25, 2018Turf fertilizers and chemicalsApril 20, 2018Fort Mac super going to Ryder CupApril 18, 2018Golf course seeks taxpayers’ helpApril 11, 2018Long winter unnerves Calgary landscapersApril 4, 2018High honour for golf course workerMarch 28, 2018Irrigation system saves 60% waterMarch 23, 2018Wiring theft blacks out ball diamondMarch 21, 2018Landscaping labour shortage expectedMarch 14, 2018Lawn care pros oppose pesticide banMarch 7, 2018Winter kill may hit P.E.I. lawnsFebruary 28, 2018Golf munis dying in Ontario?February 21, 2018Charlottetown keeps pesticide exemptionFebruary 14, 2018Golf course slapped with big finesFebruary 7, 2018More murders linked to landscaperJanuary 31, 2018Landscaper charged in double murderJanuary 24, 2018TV shoot leaves stadium in disrepairJanuary 17, 2018Landscaper’s ‘predatory marriage’ voidedJanuary 10, 2018Golf opposed at park siteJanuary 3, 2018Secondary line: Our most read stories of the yearDecember 27, 2017Golf marks return to Fort MacDecember 20, 2017Glen Abbey saga rages onDecember 13, 2017No permit leads to work stoppageDecember 6, 2017More soccer fields vandalizedNovember 29, 2017Artificial turf shortens careers: prosNovember 22, 2017Geese try golf courses’ patienceNovember 15, 2017Turf’s safety questioned againNovember 8, 2017Artificial turf to stay at Rogers CentreNovember 1, 2017Novel idea pitched for old golf courseOctober 25, 2017Paris Grand sold for housing development | Vandals ruin newly sodded fieldOctober 18, 2017CGSA’s superintendent of the year | The Soo more prone to tree lossOctober 11, 2017Glen Abbey demolition bid rejected | Unique soccer pitch opens in MississaugaOctober 4, 2017Application filed to demolish Glen Abbey | Sod marketing board progress madeSeptember 27, 2017Grass wins, homeless lose in bylaw | Garden centre congress comes to CanadaSeptember 20, 2017Edmonton to make dandelion decision | Baseball groundskeeper gets top honourSeptember 13, 2017Ash borer strategy reaches midpoint | No sports field upsets parentsSeptember 6, 2017Swale makes ball diamonds ‘unsafe’ | Landscaping awards presentedAugust 30, 2017De-cing tour comes to Ottawa | Facility addresses field shortageAugust 23, 2017Landscape designs ‘waste of money’ | Field reopening delay upsets parentsAugust 16, 2017Accident claims landscaper | Lime disease on the riseAugust 9, 2017Montreal using ‘nature’s mowers’ | Aphids create sticky mess in VancouverAugust 2, 2017Landscaper blames ‘nosy neighbours’ | Limited use field irks playersJuly 26, 2017Golfer donates $400K for hole improvement | Charlottetown chinch bug controversyJuly 19, 2017Teen to pay for field damages | Wildfires prompt parks shutdownJuly 12, 2017Kananaskis reopening getting closer | Landscaping customer outragedJuly 5, 2017Heavy rains flood golf courses | Mind the heat and humidityJune 28, 2017Mona Lisa mowed into slope | Forests reduce ozone pollutionJune 21, 2017Alberta golf architect dies | Oakville mayor laudedJune 14, 2017Who’s poisoning Edmonton’s trees? | Smart Irrigation MonthJune 7, 2017Golf club grows with new owners | Trees injected against ash borerMay 31, 2017Ash tree removal upsets residents | Nudists bemoan flooded ball diamondMay 24, 2017Landscaper under investigation | Watering restrictions imposedMay 17, 2017Critics say too many trees cut | Landscaper enters winery businessMay 10, 2017Helicopters vs. mosquitoes | Landscapers help homelessMay 3, 2017B.C. landscapers give to homeless | Manitoba’s pesticide ban loosenedApril 26, 2017Landscapers awarded OMB exemption | City enacts urban forest plantApril 19, 2017Beetle is latest tree threat | Landscaper crafts humourous adApril 12, 2017OTRF tourney taking registrations | A proactive stand against insectApril 5, 2017Golf openings delayed in Okanagan | Sports Turf Canada AGMMarch 22, 2017Trump course vandalized | Schools getting new turf fieldsMarch 15, 2017Synthetic turf safety still questioned | Unpredictable weather challenges golfMarch 8, 2017CBC show takes on golf | Lawn care business under investigation.March 1, 2017Flooded Cape Breton ball field restored | Nanaimo snow challenges contractorsFebruary 8, 2017Snow closes Vancouver fields | Snowmobilers rile N.B. golf courseJanuary 11, 2017Crumb rubber risk negligible | GTI work underwayJanuary 4, 2017Crumb rubber risk negligible | GTI work underwayDecember 21, 2016Synthetic turf under fire | Good year for ToroDecember 15, 2016Saskatoon ash trees in jeopardy | Nod for HummelDecember 7, 2016Do bunkers need raking? | Hort jobs for AboriginalsNovember 29, 2016Do bunkers need raking? | Hort jobs for AboriginalsNovember 22, 2016Woman's two landscaping jobs | Inaugural CanAm CupOctober 12, 2016