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Living Turf Recruit Chris Johnstone – North & Far North Queensland

Turf ecology specialists Living Turf are pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Johnstone to the Queensland team. A Bowling Greenkeeper by trade, Chris has spent the past decade serving the North and Far North Queensland turf market as a sales representative. As a result, he has developed a strong business network in the regions from Rockhampton to Port Douglas A true Queenslander, Chris is passionate about the Sports Turf industry.  In representing the interests of the local industry through associations and business development, Chris also has made many professional contacts throughout Australia. “I have watched the growth of Living… ...Read More

MatchPlay® Superior Liquid Range for Spring

As spring renovations wraps up and the promise of a long, dry, hot summer looms it might be of some interest to quickly look at the importance of a few nutritional elements critical to a good start to summer. Potassium (K) is certainly one of those and is needed by the plant during spring/summer in near equal amounts to nitrogen (N). Potassium is critical for stomatal closure during hot weather, thereby enabling the plant to self-regulate its cooling through transpiration. Effective transpiration combined with good even soil moisture is the basis for prevention of wilting. Potassium is also the nutrient… ...Read More

Water use efficiency

Whilst we are proud of the Matchplay® soil moisture range, we believe TriCure® will quickly develop a following as the premium active ingredient in the Australian market.  The most striking feature of Tricure® is its ability to treat organic matter in turf soil.  While many products adequately treat the mineral components of soil, it is activity on the organic fractions combined with turf safety that separates the high performing products. In the past, products like Oars® have claimed to treat hydrophobicity by stripping organic residues from the mineral soil surface.  The fact is that this organic build up in soil is a natural and healthy feature… ...Read More