For my first trip I went down to Texas to the Dallas/ Fort Worth area for a BWI sales meeting. This was the first sales meeting I have ever been a part of, so it was interesting to be able to see the layout and understand how they are scheduled with limited time. From a manufacturers perspective it was interesting to see how the information being presented is carefully picked to ensure that it is broad enough to catch everyone in the room but specific enough that you are able to get your point across and show what you have to offer. I also was able to start to get a better understanding of questions that may be asked and just an overall better feel for the flow and pace of these presentations.
Last week, David Latshaw and myself had the opportunity to attend the Colorado Basin Golf and Water Summit held in Las Vegas. A gathering of legislators, superintendents, researchers, water district stakeholders and industry vendors focused on the fate of the Colorado River and changes that need to be made to water consumption.
Golf Course Management Magazine recently shared two research studies on turf industry surfactants. You can find both research articles below.
Worm Power Turf has been paying dividends for turf managers. Results of using Worm Power Turf has led to more robust root systems leading to a stronger turfgrass system able to better withstand daily stresses.
On the eve of Thanksgiving, we wanted to say "Thank you!" Thank you to all those who took time out of their busy schedules and time away from their families to volunteer. Volunteering to help another colleague in this great industry.