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Grigg Bros., TurfNet present Turf Nutrition Week




There are more nutritional products on the market for use on intensely managed turf than ever before, and many schools of thought regarding their use. It seems every researcher has his or her own opinions on one what to use, what not to use, which ones work, which ones don't and when to use them.

If you would like to learn more about the many kinds of turf nutrients available today, their benefits, exactly how they work, how they differ from one another, laws regulating their use and ultimately how they affect playability on the golf course, then join us for Turf Nutrition Week.
Scheduled for Sept. 30-Oct. 2, and presented by Grigg Brothers, Turf Nutrition Week is a series of three FREE Webinars by leading industry researchers will shed light on some of these questions and more.
OK, so it's not really a week, but it's a week's worth of quality turf education packed into three seminars.
Scheduled presentations include: Nutrient Fate and Use - Solutions for a Changing Landscape, by Jim Murphy, Ph.D., of Rutgers University; Innovative Nutrient Use by Gordon Kauffman III, Ph.D., of Grigg Brothers; and 60 Minutes on Nutrients with Dr. Nikolai, by Thom Nikolai, Ph.D., of Michigan State University.
Dr. Murphy will discuss fate of nitrogen and phosphorous fertilizers and help attendees develop guidelines for efficient nutrient-management programs. Dr. Kauffman's presentation will focus on new information that may change the way turf managers best determine the need for fertilizer inputs and investigate conventional and more currently constructed guidelines for fertilizer use recommendations. The program concludes with Dr. Nikolai who will discuss different nutrient carriers and their impact on plant health and playability, as well as provide an update on current topical research.
All sessions are one hour in duration and also will be available afterward for on-demand viewing.

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