Greening the game: unravelling SPORTENG's Field of Play capabilities with Turf Agronomist Amy Dingle

November 09th, 2023

Explore Amy Dingle's journey as a Turf Agronomist at SPORTENG, dedicated to shaping fields and championing sustainability in the sports & leisure industry.

PLA VIC/TAS Webinar: Unlocking sustainability in sports turf through recycled sand's potential

October 24th, 2023

Watch our recent webinar about SPORTENG's groundbreaking experiment on using recycled glass sand as a growing medium for natural turf Fields of Play.

Vigilance in turf management: insights from turfgrass projects

June 12th, 2023

Discover effective strategies to overcome sand scarcity in the turf industry. Dive into our insightful article to ensure your turf projects thrive!

Unlocking the secrets to becoming an exceptional Turfgrass Agronomist!

May 25th, 2023

What makes our Field of Play Team of agronomists stand out from the crowd? Read to know more, or contact us for a chat on your next project!

What is a Field of Play Team's role in sportsfield design delivery?

April 19th, 2023

Our Field of Play team is a diverse group of industry professionals with experience and qualifications covering a wide range of sports of various levels.

How will climate change affect Turf Management?

November 01st, 2022

The impacts of a changing climate on turfgrass management will be varied and localised. It will be up to turf managers to understand their turf areas.

What are the impacts of climate change on Australia's climate?

October 23rd, 2022

The cause of climate change is still being debated; however, there is overwhelming evidence that the climate is changing and impacting how we manage turf.

Turf agronomy podcast: Behind the Turf Ep.37

April 27th, 2022

Our Turf Agronomist John Neylan was invited to discuss more about poa annua and women in turf industry in Behind the Turf podcast, episode 37. Listen now!

Turf agronomy podcast: Behind the Turf Ep.36

April 27th, 2022

Our Turf Agronomist John Neylan was invited to discuss more about turf management in Australia in Behind the Turf podcast, episode 36. Listen now!

What is Poa annua?

February 08th, 2022

Leading agronomist John Neylan looks at a number of ongoing trials, adding to the industry’s knowledge base about Poa annua and its ubiquitous nature.

What are the consequences of flooding on sportfield natural turf?

January 31st, 2022

Leading agronomist John Neylan takes an agronomic look at the impact of floods, and the short and longterm implications for turf health.

How to keep bacteria wilt away from sportfields' natural turf?

January 04th, 2022

Leading agronomist John Neylan looks at bacterial wilt in Poa annua/bentgrass greens and provides some strategies to get sportsfields ready for Winter.

Can recycled glass sand be used as growing medium for natural turf?

November 25th, 2021

We are undertaking a trial to test whether recycled glass sand can be used as a growing medium for natural turf Fields of Play.

What is Turfgrass Agronomy?

September 29th, 2021

Turfgrass agronomy is about presenting turf surfaces that are fit for the particular sport and safe for play rather than producing a harvestable crop.

What is hybrid grass?

July 01st, 2021

A hybrid grass surface consists of synthetic fibres that extend above the growing medium and combine with the natural turf leaves and stems. Learn more.

What are cricket wicket soils?

May 31st, 2021

Cricket wicket soils represent a challenging soil from a turf agronomy perspective. They need compaction and hardness for high performance. Learn more.

Turf agronomy podcast: golf turf management in Australia

May 17th, 2021

Our Turf Agronomist John Neylan was invited to discuss more about golf turf management in Australia in Frankly Speaking podcast. Listen for more!