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IOG Saltex Horticulture Week Seminar
August 17, 2011

Leading players from the groundscare and green space sectors will take part in a 'Horticulture Week'-hosted panel discussion at this year's IOG SALTEX  open  space  management  show  (Windsor, September 6-8).

Aimed at everyone involved in the maintenance of grounds and green space, the 'How to Survive your Toughest Maintenance Budget Ever' session (on Wednesday September 7) will explore practical options and positive solutions available to professionals who are having to cope with reduced maintenance budgets as a result of the tough financial climate.

The expert line-up includes Angus Lindsay, group head of assets and fleet at the Landscape Group; Richard Campey, founder and director of Campey Turf Care Systems; Dr Sidney Sullivan, green space consultant; and 'Horticulture Week' technical editor Sally Drury.

Topics to be covered will include cost-effective approaches to sourcing and managing machinery, refining pitch maintenance regimes to get the best from resources and how to prioritise budgets to support key facilities. 

The session will include plenty of time for attendees to put questions to the panel and debate the issues. 

The 'Horticulture Week' debate, 'How to Survive your Toughest Maintenance Budget Ever' is free to attend and takes place at 12.15 to 13.30 on Wednesday September 7 in Room 5, The Grandstand, IOG SALTEX, Windsor Racecourse.

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