Growers get on top of weeds and stay there

Growers get on top of weeds and stay there

The number one problem for turf production is weed control. Put simply, turf cannot be sold for maximum return if it is infested with weeds. Customers – whether they be homeowners, landscapers or professional turf managers – will not accept weeds being transported...
Science-based consideration of the glyphosate debate

Science-based consideration of the glyphosate debate

By Dr Brett Morris, Technical Manager at Amgrow The pesticide community have been left shaking their heads following a series of decisions which commenced in August last year when two separate Californian juries, in the United States (US), awarded an initial US$289 to...
Are you chemical compliant with hazardous chemicals?

Are you chemical compliant with hazardous chemicals?

By Sandra Godwin Turf growers use hazardous chemicals every day and when the rush is on it can seem easier to dismiss the potential dangers and justify taking shortcuts. This could cause injury to workers, harm the environment or put the business at risk of...