R & D​

The development in these areas is endless and the understanding of how things work in nature is always ongoing. With this in mind we are continually learning and improving on the practices that we are implementing.

The current global situation is challenging and raising awareness of the importance to revise many old practices is required.

Turf management is no exception. It is time for an implementation of innovative practices, which are cost effective and safe for the planet and people. Implementation of the programs and procedures we are recommending will bring you closer to meeting both these goals.

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