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First GreenCast Turf Talk Live Forum on-line

9.27am 19th April 2010 - Media - This story was updated on Monday, April 19th, 2010

Syngenta Technical Manager, Dr Simon Watson

Turf managers can get an instant answer to their technical questions on disease

Syngenta Application Specialist Tom Robinson

management and enhancing turf quality this spring with the UK’s first ever on-line GreenCast Turf Talk Live Forum this Wednesday (21 April).

Syngenta Technical Manager, Dr Simon Watson, and Application Specialist, Tom Robinson, will be on-line all day to provide solutions and ideas for questions posted by turf managers on a special live Forum. Furthermore, using the proven GreenCast Forum format, other turf managers can get involved with discussions, post their ideas and learn from the experiences of others.

To get involved, any of the 800 registered GreenCast members can simply click on the Forum tab on the home page – – and go to the Turf Talk Live Forum. Turf managers not yet registered for GreenCast, or have not recently updated their registration details, can quickly complete the membership page to take part in the Forum.

Dr Watson added: “The Turf Talk Live Forum provides the ideal format to get a quick, practical answer to many of issues facing turf managers this spring. In many instances other turf managers will have raised a similar question, and identified their own solutions. The Forum will help to share the expertise across the industry.”

Membership of GreenCast remains free and gives turf managers access to the unique Syngenta weather and turf disease forecasting services, as well as a wealth on Integrated Turf Management information to enhance turf quality.

The acclaimed GreenCast Art of Application Zone incorporates practical tips, innovative ideas and valuable tools to help sprayer operators with more accurate application to achieve the best possible results.

Log on to or for further information and to take part in the Turf Talk Live Forum debate.


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