Activated Microbial Turf Management Seminar in association with BIGGA

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Restoring the Natural Balance missing in modern turfgrass practices

The Great Turf Company is presenting an educational seminar for fellow turf care professionals at Teeside Golf Club in Stockton-on-Tees. It is being held in association with BIGGA Cleveland section.

The seminar is designed for golf course managers, greenkeepers, greens chairmen and club secretaries and will address:
• The underlying parameters that are inhibiting root development and inadvertently affecting turf performance and maintenance costs, and
• The benefits of managing turfgrass surfaces from a microbial perspective

This is an opportunity to learn about the theory and practical ways of restoring and maintaining turfgrass and soil biology for cost effective turf management which prioritises root zone care by natural means, reducing the need for chemical dependence.

Date: 15th March 2011
Venue: Teeside Golf Club, Stockton-on-Tees
Time: 7pm

The seminar is being hosted by The Great Turf Company's Directors, Ian Macmillan and Andrew Turnbull, who have a combined 75 years experience in the turf care industry, including positions in golf course management and lecturing on agronomy. Andrew and Ian look forward to exchanging our theories and ideas with a range of other BIGGA members, including…

Attendance is free and we invite all those interested in making savings whilst improving playing surface quality to come along. You will find that our unique presentation style will leave you entertained, involved and informed in how to put plant and soil biology back in control for Great Turf surfaces.

The Great Turf Company

Tel - 0800 157 7227

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