Everris, the leading supplier of fertilisers, grass seed and plant protection products is giving visitors even more reasons to this year's Windsor event as it prepares to welcome members of its new Turf Rewards programme to stand F61.
Launched in April to benefit golf, sports and amenity turf managers, their teams, their turf, and the organisations they work for, Turf Rewards offers the opportunity to gain essential agronomic and workplace tools, and learning opportunities for members of staff through the IOG, Lantra and BIGGA.
Purchases of qualifying Everris and Syngenta products earn customers points which can be redeemed against a range of rewards - some of which will be available to see and try out at the show.
Turf Rewards members are invited to visit the stand to collect their exclusive gift. If you're visiting the show and would like to know more or sign-up, the Everris team would be pleased to discuss all the benefits of membership with you.
Turf Health Clinic
Visitors are invited to visit the stand throughout the show for advice about Everris products, turf management issues including nutrition and the control of weeds, pests and diseases, and to find out more about their site could benefit from tailored iTurf integrated turf management programmes.
Free seminar - 'Integrated turf management in action' on Wednesday 3rd September, 1pm in the grandstand
Henry Bechelet, Technical Sales Manager for Everris, will be presenting as part of the BIGGA seminar programme on Wednesday 3rd September. He'll outline the real benefits of adopting an integrated approach to turf management and use the latest research and field trial data to show why it pays to think holistically and use objective measurement tools to guide decision-making. One BIGGA CPD credit is available to CPD-registered greenkeepers who attend.