blog-banner-1.jpg

Water Use Management Policy

By  Jason Honeyball |   | Posted in " Best Management Practices, Maintain Golf Courses, water protection "

This document outlines the water use management policy adopted by the Canadian Golf Superintendents Association and by many of the national golf associations including NGCOA, Golf Canada and the National Allied Golf Associations (NAGA).  The policy document is focused on conservation, best practices in water management and the protection of water quality.


CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE  »


Golf’s Use of Water

By  Jason Honeyball |   | Posted in " catch basin cover, Draingarde covers, Golf Courses, water protection "

In this video, Andrew Brown of the Toro Company discusses the way in which golf uses water in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. 


CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE  »


Treating Turf Disease

By  Jason Honeyball |   | Posted in " catch basin cover, Draingrade covers, Golf Courses, water protection "

This publication is a reference guide to the identification and chemical treatment of turf diseases. The initial pages deal with the chemical treatment of turf generally before providing detailed discussion on the identification, treatment and expected results for 26 common turf diseases. This guide is meant for professional turf managers and is not recommended for weekend gardeners. 


CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE  »


Muni Reaps Benefits of Tree Removal

By  Jason Honeyball |   | Posted in " Best Management Practices, catch basin cover, Golf Courses, water protection "

This article demonstrates that even modest tree removal can have a significant positive impact on the quality of turf at your golf course, the playability of the course and the view and vistas enjoyed by players during their weekly round.


CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE  »


California orders first-ever mandatory water reductions

By  Marco Della Cava |   | Posted in " Best Management Practices, Draingarde covers, Golf Courses, water protection "

SAN FRANCISCO – Drought-ravaged California took drastic steps Wednesday to preserve what water it still has by ordering historic statewide measures that slash use for highway medians and golf courses and replace millions of acres of lawn with drought-resistant landscaping.


CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE  »