Golf Course Management

AUG 2014

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Worksaver Inc. introduced a new adapter for John Deere 600/700 series loaders that is designed to work with Global/Euro-type attachments. The adapter features an all-welded design, plated rods and easy-release handle to secure the attachment in place. Contact Worksaver, 217-324-5973 (www.worksaver.com). Henke's HXC2000 Spreader is the only V-box spreader on the market with a removable conveying cartridge, the company says. The replaceable cartridge allows the user to choose between an auger, dual auger, pintle chain or conveyor, providing a new level of versatility to snow and ice management. Standard features of the HXC2000 include fully replaceable conveyor cartridge, remote chain tensioning, wide base rails and conveyor for more consistent spread and minimizing of material bridg- ing, adjustable spinner defectors, telescoping discharge chute for even high-fow rates, spinner drive-shed design to prevent clogging and fouling in the chute and safety features allowing tool-free access for routine mainte- nance. Contact Henke Manufacturing, 913-297-7125 (rmadison@henkemfg.com). The Noer/Milorganite Image Collection Website , in some circles known as the Noer Slides, feature nearly 13,000 35 mm slide images shot by O.J. Noer, Charlie Wilson, Jim Latham and others. The digital archives are searchable, may be browsed by year or loca- tion and can be accessed at http:/noermmsd.lib.msu.edu. The images were taken between the 1920s and 1980s and feature an extraordinary scope of content, including experimental plots, golf courses and athletic felds across North America, equipment, personalities, maintenance practices, disease and pest control and fer- tilization issues and test plots. The Milwaukee Metropoli- tan Sewerage District and the Turfgrass Information Center (TIC) announced the availability of the website. Underhill International introduced UltraMax Red, a custom-engineered, heavy-duty hose, for golf courses. Featuring Goodyear technology, UltraMax Red is constructed from EPDM rubber and reinforced with spiral synthetic yarn construction. The hose is ideal for high working pressures and has burst strength up to 800 psi. It can be used for watering down greens and tees and for equipment cleanups and site wash-downs. It is kink-, tangle- and abrasion-resistant and has machine brass couplings. UltraMax Red is available in 25-, 50-, 75- and 100-foot lengths and 5/8-, 3/4- and 1-inch sizes. Contact Underhill International, 866-863- 3744 (www.underhill.us). State-of-the-art SYSTEM

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