Better infield dust control and improved playability are the result of water cannons having been installed at all 10 ball diamonds at Moncton, N.B.’s CN Sportplexe. The completely skinned infields were notorious for the amount of dust that would be kicked up by the prevailing winds that negatively affected the way the game was played.
By sheer coincidence, this issue includes a couple of features that profile two prominent women in the professional turfgrass industry in Canada.
Sept. 25, 2018 – Mel Rothenburger, Kamloops' "Armchair Mayor," has offered his opinion on the much-debated issue pertaining to the future of the former McArthur Island Park golf course property. By all accounts, he says, it would appear the Kamloops Naturalist Club and the Kamloops Disc Golf Club won't be able to live happily together on the property.
Aug. 31, 2018 – An insect-obsessed 16-year-old is doing his part to help stave off the invasion of the emerald ash borer into New Brunswick. Working this summer for the Canadian Forest Service, the Grade 12 student is helping to set traps for the insect and has introduced some of his own innovations.
Settlement reached in lawn mower class action suitJan. 22, 2019 – A class action suit launched in…
Contractor back on job after suspicious shutdownFeb. 5, 2019 – A private snow removal contractor says…
Contractor accused of taking money, not doing jobFeb. 22, 2019 – At least 17 complaints have been…
N.B.'s largest black walnut may fall to developmentFeb. 8, 2019 – A black walnut tree in downtown…
SIMA 22nd Snow & Ice Symposium
June 25-28, 2019
TPI Summer Convention & Field Days
July 23-25, 2019