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GIS 2015 Answers on the Hour

in Golf Management
Posted:  Feb 17, 2015
Resin technology is a new method for testing nutrient availability to plants, giving turf managers more insights into the nutrients needed for healthy turfgrass. Plant Health maps (or NDVI data) have been around for some time, but until now a quick, inexpensive way to incorporate these maps into management practices has not been available. Additionally, this technology can be used to program variable rate spray applications. National Turfgrass Evaluation Program (NTEP) data is valuable for selecting turf varieties, but with new software turf managers are able to get more out of this data, helping them make better decisions, more quickly.
 
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