Solutions 4 Turf

OARS PS used at Ryder Cup venue Le Golf National

Posted by AQUA-AID Solutions on Sep 28, 2018 1:54:11 PM

In an article below original posted from AQUA-AID EU, Alejandro Reyes talks about his decision to use OARS PS as his surfactant for this year's Ryder Cup at Le Golf National.

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Topics: Golf Course, Moisture Management, Turfgrass, OARS PS, Ryder Cup, Le Golf National

AQUA-AID EU is proud to support the Ryder Cup Agronomy efforts

Posted by AQUA-AID Solutions on Sep 28, 2018 1:43:08 PM

Alejandro Reyes, Superintendent at Le Golf National discusses efforts and support for this year’s Ryder Cup. AQUA-AID EU is proud to support the efforts of the agronomy program for this great event.

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Topics: Moisture Management, OARS PS

Listen, learn, solve

Posted by Golf Course Industry on Sep 6, 2018 3:03:51 PM

Original article posted on Golf Course Industry HERE

Industry veterans are quick to declare turfgrass management as a people business. Here’s a look at the people behind AQUA-AID Solutions and how they are using their backgrounds to help golf course superintendents and other turf managers handle the challenges of establishing and maintaining quality surfaces.   

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Topics: Golf Course, Turfgrass

#ShowUsYourRoots Worm Power Turf Hat Giveaway

Posted by AQUA-AID Solutions on Jun 26, 2018 7:33:49 AM

We are excited to announce our June 2018 Worm Power Turf branded hat giveaway. Worm Power Turf has been a game changer in our industry.  It is also a solution that has almost single handedly grown through social media. Users were seeing a tangible ROI in deeper more robust root systems and were excited to share their results with the turf community. 

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Topics: Vermicompost Extract, Roots, Worm Power Turf, Rootzone Management

The Truth About Lime

Posted by AQUA-AID Solutions on Jun 25, 2018 7:48:27 AM

Being an age-old soil amendment, lime has undergone major scrutiny over the years. With regards to solubility and availability, lime must navigate major factors to become justifiable as a so-so soil amendment. These factors are soil moisture, oxygen, and soil and air temperature. Microbial activity helps as well. All the conditions that lead to oxidation. How well has the lime been refined and processed? Many think pulverized lime is the best. This type is very inexpensive, but is it the best form? Can you incorporate it into the profile of the root zone?

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Topics: Verde-Cal, soil amending, Calcium, soil testing, lime