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Symbio Soil Biology and Greenkeeping Seminars

11.04am 13th October 2015 - Management Topics

Symbio logoSymbio will be running its popular seminars again this autumn. The seminars are designed for club owners and managers and head greenkeepers that would like to increase the finer perennial grasses in their greens and manage the course on a lower consumables budget, without hollow coring, while reducing fertiliser and fungicide inputs.

Symbio is an accredited training supplier to the Greenkeepers Training Committee (GTC) and organises an annual series of seminars around the country to update greenkeepers, club owners and managers on the latest advances in biological and chemical soil science and the beneficial impacts they make on course presentation and day to day management.

The seminars (including lunch) are free for green keepers and club owners/managers and will take place in November and December 2015 at Vale Royal Abbey Golf Club, Cheshire; The Chase Golf Health Club and Spa, Staffordshire; Pyecombe Golf Club, West Sussex; Cranleigh Golf and Country Club, Surrey; and Morpeth Golf Club, Northumberland.

For more details of dates etc go to http://www.symbio.co.uk/events_newsletters.aspx or email polly@symbio.co.uk

Symbio is accredited to the GTC and attendees will be awarded 4 CPD points.

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