Target Specialty Products hosts a variety of Turf Fuel Masterclass online webinars for turf and lawn professionals, to help you grow your business. We feature educational content from our trusted manufacturing partners, to tackle current issues that arborists, golf superintendents, and turf managers face. Our webinar speakers range from arborists, to landscape professionals, to the leading turf experts, that provide their insight and expertise, all within online interactive webinars.
Learn from Jim Turner, the developer of Turf Fuel's new patent pending surfactant INFINITE. Mr. Turner will discuss how INFINITE is the first soil surfactant that includes multiple ingredients, designed to manage both soil moisture, plant stress and recovery. Discovery how the novel polymer Diuturon™️ works to enhance longevity and consistency of the soil wetting, and how Templar™ enhances the plant's ability to tolerate drought stress.
Proprietary Products Manager, Mark Jull will conduct an interactive workshop on turfgrass troubleshooting. Mr. Jull will share 5 unique turf challenges and work through the process of understanding what the turf plant is experiencing, and how we can support its recovery and health through nutrition.
In this episode of Turf Fuel Masterclass, Target Specialty Products will bring leading minds in sports turf management together to discuss the challenges, solutions and successes they have had in their fields. Learn how to take control of your soil for the succession of your plant performance. This talk will focus on how plant functions can fail or succeed, harnessing the power of your soil and the secret weapons for turf.
We’ll take a deep dive into to the cause of localized dry spots, how wetting agents work and are classified, and how application timing, spray volume and post-application irrigation affect products’ efficacy and specifically discuss Turf Fuel research conducted at the UofA on the prevention and recovery of localized dry spot.
Turfgrasses experience numerous abiotic stresses during the growing season, including extremes in temperature, water availability, and traffic. This presentation will focus on the plant physiological mechanisms that turfgrasses utilize to combat common abiotic stresses. The effects of agronomic practices and supplemental plant health products for optimizing turfgrass defense mechanisms will also be discussed.
There’s a world of possibilities beneath our feet and optimizing the synergies between plant and soil can make all the difference when it comes to building turf that can survive almost anything! In this presentation we will uncover the unique relationship between turf, soil and soil biology. We will look at how soil type influences things like photosynthesis, stress tolerance and rooting potential.