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GTS Educational Series - Presenters

Updated: May 16, 2023

GTS Educational Series Presenters

When it comes to maintaining and improving turf quality, it's important to stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends and techniques. That's why we're excited to announce our upcoming GTS Educational Series, featuring a lineup of expert presenters who will share their knowledge and insights with attendees. Exploring topics regarding the turfgrass root zone management, these speakers are at the forefront of their fields and will provide invaluable information on how to achieve healthy, strong and highly functioning turfgrass root systems. In this blog post, we'll introduce each presenter and give you a sneak peek of what they'll be discussing at the event. Follow the link below for more information and to register. Get ready to learn from the best and take your turf knowledge skills to the next level!

The Root of All Turfgrass Working with you to develop healthy, strong and highly functioning turfgrass root systems.


Paul Spencer GTS

Paul Spencer

Director and Head Agronomist, Greenway Turf Solutions

The Impact of Soil Nutrition and Irrigation Water on Root Health

Viewing soil and water quality from the perspective of producing a healthy, resilient and effective root system.

Seaweeds Aint Seaweeds - Plant Hormone Responses and the Benefits to Developing Strong Root Systems.

A discussion on the phytohormones within various seaweed products and the way they promote or hinder root response in plants.

Craig Easton GTS

Craig Easton

National Sales Manager, Greenway Turf Solutions

Root Health Assessments

Causation of poor-quality root systems and options to reverse the trend. A programmed approach to root support and development.

Peter Kirby GTS

Peter Kirby

General Manager,

Indigo Specialty Products

Managing Soil Moisture by Utilising the Latest Soil Surfactant Technology to Positively Impact the Root System

Novel 'NEW' soil surfactant proven to deliver greater root biomass and produce robust turf surfaces.

The Benefits of Soil Microbes and Soil Biology for Increasing Root Health

Soil Biology and its inter-relationship with the soil and roots to protect and promote greater root systems.

Andrew Kolbee GTS MAredo

Andrew Kolbee

Technical Field Agent, Greenway Turf Solutions

Re-Think Turf Aeration to Encourage Vigorous Root Development

Managing the physical to promote root health. Introducing Maredo high speed aeration and thatch management to support root systems.

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