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Remember BIGGA Seminars at SALTEX 2015

12.13pm 30th October 2015 - Exhibitions & Conferences

BIGGA logoBIGGA will be presenting two free seminars at SALTEX 2015 at its brand new home of the NEC in Birmingham on the unforgettable date of 5 November.

For the fourth year, the Association will be holding educational events at SALTEX featuring some of the industry’s most respected and notable presenters. One CPD Credit is available for each seminar.

Starting at 1pm on the Thursday of the show, Steve Gingell, Agronomy Manager at STRI, will be presenting ‘Improve Turf Quality Through Measuring, Analysing and Effective Planning’. This will explore ways to develop the best turf management plan to really make a difference, taking into account budgets, resources and timelines, and resulting in better quality turf.

The second seminar begins at 2.05pm and features BIGGA Master Greenkeeper Dan Lightfoot, UK Business Manager at Syngenta, and Henry Bechelet, Technical Sales Manager at Everris.

Entitled ‘Primo Maxx – Learn From The Past, Thoughts For The Future!’ this seminar will provide an overview of the plant growth fertiliser and its use in sportsturf.

The popular and experienced pair will look at how Primo Maxx was introduced to the market, initial turf strategies and conclude with suggested strategies for the future in all aspects of sportsturf.

These seminars are free of charge for any visitor to SALTEX and will be taking place in Hall 6 of the NEC.
BIGGA www.bigga.org.uk
SALTEX www.iogsaltex.com

       

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