Turf agronomy podcast: Behind the Turf Ep.37April 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.36April 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.
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 AustraliaMay 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!
Winter management of natural turf sports fieldsMarch 25th, 2021
Learn how to prepare your natural turf Field of Play to the harsh months of winter through advices of our Turf Agronomist John Neylan. Read now!
How to maintain your natural turf sports field?February 23rd, 2021
This article is based on the research of Neylan & Nickson (2019), studying Field of Play construction, maintenance and hours of use.
What is a perched water table for a natural turf Field of Play?December 29th, 2020
A perched water table solution brings various benefits to your natural turf Field of Play. Learn more about what it is and why in our new blog post.
What are the differences between sand slit drainage system and sand carpet profile?December 10th, 2020
These forms of improving drainage have some common elements but are in fact quite different systems. This article outlines the differences between them.
What are the different types of cricket enclosures?November 23rd, 2020
Many different practice enclosures are available to councils and cricket clubs. Learn which one is the most adapted to your situation!
What is a sand carpet profile?November 23rd, 2020
A sand carpet profile assures a well-drained profile, providing a dry and durable surface allowing a high standard of play. Learn more.
What is a sand slit drainage system?November 16th, 2020
A sand slit drainage system is a low cost option for improving the drainage capability of an existing Field of Play. Learn more.
How to choose the right rootzone sand profile for your natural turf Field of Play?October 13th, 2020
The performance of a playing surface profile is heavily reliant on the relationship between the sand specification and profile thickness. Learn more.
How to produce a high performing natural turf Field of Play profile?October 07th, 2020
Rootzone growing medium plays an essential role in natural turf Field of Play quality, and helps avoiding turf damages. Learn more.
What is natural turf and how to improve its playing quality?March 25th, 2020
To answer the ever-increasing demand of natural turf playing quality, designs are becoming more complex, with full engineering specifications and drawings.
Natural vs synthetic turf: choose the best option for your projectFebruary 21st, 2020
Natural vs synthetic turf: SPORTENG helps you decide which option is best for your project.