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June Newsletter

papers showing research in microbials for summer

As the hot days of summer approach, it's time to ensure your turfgrass is in top shape to withstand the heat, drought, and increased foot traffic.

 

In this edition of our newsletter, we have curated some exciting updates and resources to help you prepare for the season.


Your Summer Reading List

screenshot about Mechanisms of Environmental Stress Tolerance in Turfgrass

Explore our latest blog post where we highlight the top five articles that provide valuable insights into leveraging microbial to enhance turfgrass health and resilience during the hot summer days. Check it out here.


Donya and Luke at the RBC Canadian Open


Our team members, Donya and Luke, attended the recent RBC Canadian Open! They enjoyed the thrilling game and were impressed by the exceptional work done by the turf management team at Hamilton Golf and Country Club.


 

Take a look at our Starter Program, an easy way to try En-Turf.

 

Spring Education Meeting & Golf with Hi-Lo Desert GCSAA

screenshot of article about microbial colonizers of turfgrass roots

Last week, our CEO, Albert, attended the Spring Education Meeting & Golf event organized by the Hi-Lo Desert Chapter of GCSAA at the beautiful Andalusia Country Club in La Quinta, CA.

 

Highlights included insightful talks by Dr. Billy Crow on nematode management and Dr. Frank Rossi on desert golf challenges. The event concluded with a delightful Golf Scramble, making it a perfect blend of education and networking.



Dr. Trevor Charles at Torino for Food System Microbiomes 2024 International Conference

screenshot of changes in bacterial community in turfgrass

Our Chief Science Officer, Trevor Charles, recently presented at the Food System Microbiomes 2024 International Conference in Torino, Italy.


His talk on "Enrichment for and selection of novel bacterial isolates with potential as biofertilizers for soil-less agriculture" sparked engaging discussions and positive feedback. The event, held in the historic Cavallerizza Reale, was a perfect blend of cutting-edge science and the charm of Torino’s old city center.


You can learn more about Food System Microbiomes here.


Non-Stop Improvement and Innovation

Bermudagrass tolerating nematode with microbiome

We are excited to announce our upcoming efficacy demonstrations with the University of California Riverside and the University of Waterloo in 2024. These studies will further validate and enhance the benefits of En-Turf in different climate zones; it will focus in nutrient uptake, stress tolerance, and sustainable turf management.

 

We look forward to sharing the results and continuing to support optimal turf health with our innovative solutions.


Interested in seeing how En-Turf could maintain the health of your greens? Start with the low-risk Starter Program designed to let you evaluate its benefits firsthand. This is an opportunity to explore sustainable solutions that could set a new standard for golf course management.

 

To learn more about the En-Turf Starter Program and begin your journey towards more resilient turf.

 

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