0 Symbio Seminar Programme 2010

Diseases, dry patch, fairy rings, the speed of thatch reduction, nematode attacks and even the grasses you grow are all determined by the biology in your rootzone. While many sports turf agronomists still recommend overcoming these problems with chemicals and disruptive aeration, there are many advantages to knowing, and improving the biology in your rootzone to get nature on your side.

Symbio have arranged a number of Autumn seminars Attendance is Free - please contact Symbio 01428 685762 or email polly@symbio.co.uk to advise the number of attendees who wish to join us for lunch

The seminar is designed to advise head and deputy greenkeepers, greens chairmen and club secretaries, bowling green and playing fields managers on the latest developments in organic soil management, how to make savings and improve playing conditions by working with soil biology to reduce reliance on expensive chemicals and inorganic fertilisers and reduce physical disruption to the playing surface and rootzone.

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Healthy soil from 108 year old green managed with compost teas Dead soil from 105 year old green managed with traditional inorganic chemicals

Symbio's autumn seminar programme is designed to help the professional turf manager understand how improving and managing soil biology can make life easier, substantially improve playing surfaces and in some cases halve consumable costs.

These seminars are taking place at various venues around the country.

Click on images to view programme and dates of seminars

Symbio Seminar Golf 2010.pdf Symbio Seminar programme 2010.pdf

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