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Six reasons to love butterflies – Rowan’s rambles

Six reasons to love butterflies – Rowan’s rambles

21st March 2019

As butterfly species continue to decline in the UK, STRI ecological consultant, Rowan Rumball, lists his top six reasons to help protect our fragile friends….

The horse, the shoe, and the race track

The horse, the shoe, and the race track

11th March 2019

As trainers prepare their horses for the Cheltenham festival, STRI agronomy operations manager, Steve Gingell, dons his binoculars and takes a closer look at hoof…

Skin cancer – the risks to outdoor workers

Skin cancer – the risks to outdoor workers

1st March 2019

The turf industry is linked to the sun in every way. Climate plays such an important part in the management decisions turf professionals make that…

Rowan’s Rambles – Can golf get a ‘birdy’?

Rowan’s Rambles – Can golf get a ‘birdy’?

5th February 2019

In the first of a new segment for 2019, STRI ecological consultant, Rowan Rumball, discusses how golf is uniquely positioned to be one under par…