Geoponics offers several unique wetting agents that help to manage and conserve water. Geoponics’ soil surfactants each offer benefits that go beyond short term water management, improving the health of the soil and plants longterm.
HydraHawk is a popular soil surfactant among golf course superintendents for its improvement in soil and water management that includes a mindful, sustainable approach to the environment made with all natural plant extracts.
Soil surfactants are most effective when combined with Agriox, which breathes Read More
Heat stress can lead to brown grass and a dry lawn. And, much like people, a stressed lawn and garden is in need of a deep “breath” of oxygen. Proper hydration, or water management, is also key to a lawn and landscape that handles summer heat well.
Summer would seem the perfect time for a green lawn. Yet often too much heat, not enough oxygen and either too much or too little water at the roots cause stress and brown grass. Here are expert tips on how to reduce lawn stress in the summer so you can get that healthy green lawn you desire. Read More
If you have wet soil, compacted soil or soil that for any reason is not allowing for even coverage of water throughout the soil profile, this is what you do. You apply the wetting agent Penterra, which is the fastest-acting soil penetrant on the market, while breathing life back into the soil with Agriox, slow release oxygen for anaerobic soils.
Keep soil and plants breathing easy: Agriox & Penterra
Save money and maintenance time using SoilGlue instead.
Bunkers and sand traps require an often under-appreciated amount of maintenance effort. SoilGlue provides soil and sand stabilization, minimizing erosion. SoilGlue reduces bunker maintenance costs while increasing aesthetics.
Droughts and deserts: Turfgrass, golf courses, home lawns and gardens need not burn up, dry out and turn brown due to dry weather.
In fact, Geoponics offers two powerhouse solutions for dry soil that can keep plants, including turfgrass and gardens, vibrant and healthy in low water conditions. These environmentally sustainable solutions are ProfaSorb and Humawet. They are both soil surfactants. They are both much more than soil surfactants.
If your grass doesn’t look like spring, Endurant TE can help.
Just as it was time to spring forward the clocks, many turf lovers felt more like they were flung back into winter. Endurant TE, a turf color enhancer for growing grass, helps turfgrass professionals transition smoothly from winter to spring. Late season frosts and snowstorms have many lawns, golf courses and sod farms not quite looking like spring. Endurant TE will bring spring to your customers, golfers, and visitors by giving the green color they desire.
NASCAR got TV ready faster than ever using Endurant grass paint
When it comes to NASCAR, it’s not just the cars that could use some extra paint. NASCAR recently used Endurant turf colorant to rev up for the races.
NASCAR knows how to cover their tracks. Tire tracks went from zero to green in record time using Endurant turf colorant. And watching paint dry is nothing in comparison to waiting for grass to grow in time for the next NASCAR race. When it comes to getting green grass fast, Endurant turf colorant puts the pedal to the metal for a huge acceleration toward beautiful green grass.
Endurant isn’t just fast. It also lasts, up to 3 months, depending upon the rate of growth, mowing, and off track maneuvers from race car drivers.
Golf course gets its green back during drought using Endurant turf colorant
Southwest Florida visitors don’t expect to see brown golf courses. Nonetheless, that’s what many people are seeing at several courses in the area this February as the area suffers a winter drought.
Some golf courses, however, are beating the drought using Endurant turf colorants.
The superintendent of an 18-hole golf course within Bentley Village, a community located within North Naples, found a solution to their lack of water. The golf course irrigation is sourced from the community’s own lakes, but due to an intensively dry winter, the lakes ran out of water. The community had just enough water to maintain the greens, but the rest of the golf course was brown and dry.
“We operate out of our own self-contained lakes, and once they’re out, we’re out,” said Bentley Village Golf Course Superintendent Anthony Labno.
Despite the weather conditions, members weren’t letting Labno off the hook. They wanted green grass.
“They kept wondering what I could do. I explained I need three things to grow green grass: sunlight, water, and food. Without any one of those, there isn’t much I can do,” he said.
Soon, he discovered Endurant turf colorants.
“I don’t like having to mask things. But we needed to do something to get the course in much better looking condition,” said Labno.
Geoponics helped Labno pick a shade of green to best match the paspalum turf. Endurant Premium added the best shade to match the areas of healthy grass that still existed on the course.
“People outside the industry often don’t understand. They want it to be green. But ideally, we want playable, tournament quality turf,” said Labno.
Now, Bentley Village has the best of both worlds.
“I’ve got a dry course that plays well, it’s quick, it’s fast, and, I got green. I think it looks great. I like the color of it,” said Labno.
Member guests arrived on a rainy Wednesday, two days after applying Endurant turf colorant. Members agreed, the golf course looked impressive.
The one day of morning rain wasn’t of much help yet, but it didn’t hurt the turf either.
“We got over an inch of rain today, but I doubt it’s enough to get the lakes up and running yet. We got to see how Endurant holds up to rain,” said Labno.
Since Endurant is not merely a temporary dye, but rather a lasting colorant that adheres to turfgrass, the rain had no effect on the color and durability.
“I would definitely recommend Endurant. If you’re in a situation where you need to get some color quickly— whether it’s dormant or to cover up from frost or in my situation where there’s no water— Endurant provides a great solution to get some color,” said Labno.