Solutions 4 Turf

North Carolina Bentgrass Greens with OARS PS

Posted by AQUA-AID Solutions on Jul 1, 2020 8:32:35 AM

North Carolina bentgrass greens with OARS PS

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Topics: Golf Course, Moisture Management, Putting greens, Rootzone Management, OARS PS, Golf Course Superintendent, Bentgrass

Guys on Grass: Proportioners and Pellets

Posted by AQUA-AID Solutions on Jun 18, 2020 7:12:57 AM

Guys on Grass: Proportioners and Pellets

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Topics: Surfactant, Golf Course, Moisture Management, Hydrating Surfactant, Pellets

Solutions4Turf Podcast Episode 2: We Don't Putt on Petunias

Posted by AQUA-AID Solutions on Jun 9, 2020 7:02:07 AM

Solutions4Turf Podcast: We Don't Putt on Petunias

In episode 2 of the Solutions4Turf Podcast, we talk with Scott Wheeler, Regional Sales Representative for First Turf and Ornamental. Scott shares his success using Worm Power Turf in his former role as head Horticulturalist at Oak Hill Country Club. Scott says it's all about the roots. Once he was able to develop a strong root system, all great benefits would follow. More robust flowering, greater yields in vegetable harvests. 

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Topics: Vermicompost Extract, Worm Power Turf, Rootzone Management, golf course industry, Golf Course Superintendent

Find efficiencies with surfactants: PBS150 and your plants

Posted by AQUA-AID Solutions on May 29, 2020 10:19:31 AM

 

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Topics: PBS150, Surfactant, Hydrating Surfactant, Horticulture, ornamentals

Guys on Grass: Surfactants and Slinkies

Posted by AQUA-AID Solutions on May 19, 2020 7:12:51 AM

 

The benefits of early season surfactant applications. 

 

 

Understanding why an early season surfactant application is beneficial can best be demonstrated using a slinky. Looking at soils as a slinky they are loose coming out of winter and become more restricted as the season progresses due to physical traffic from maintenance equipment and play.

Check out: Patented, multi-branched surfactant chemistry

Early surfactant application enables you to locate chemistry deeper in the soil profile while that slinky is pulled apart. This is more difficult as the season progresses and soils become restricted. The first surfactant application pays the most dividends.

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Topics: PBS150, Surfactant, Hydrating Surfactant, Turfgrass, OARS PS, OARS HS