showcased its BigMow robotic mower at Saltex 2017 Nov. 1-2 at the NEC Birmingham. Saltex is the United Kingdom’s largest national event for grounds care, sports, amenities, estates and green space management. "I am very pleased with the success we had at Saltex, being-first time exhibitors it certainly exceeded our expectations,” AMS owner Philip Sear said. “We had a high level of visitors to our stand and have a good number of leads to follow up on.
Vereens Booth #215Vereens started in 1962 and has owned its own fertilizer plant since 1993. The company can custom blend and custom apply fertilizers in the Southeast. Vereens owns three spreader trucks with GPS and high flotation tires. Vereens purchases (when available) materials in the 225-250 SGN range for fairway and regular grades. For mid-size grades, it buys 150-170 SGN materials. For greens grades, it buys 90-100 SGN.
As a very busy Tuesday concluded around the Myrtle Beach Convention Center, I bumped into Carolinas GCSA President Adam Charles as we were both running off to evening events. I asked him a simple question: What’s been the thing that surprised you or impressed you most about your year with the gavel? Adam pondered that for a minute.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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