Athletic Turf News
AUGUST 21, 2020
Turf Care Supply to distribute Koch fertilizers
Koch Agronomic Services, operating under its corporate brand Koch Turf and Ornamental (Koch), and Turf Care Supply Corporation (TCSC), reached a definitive agreement to grant TCSC an exclusive license to market and distribute certain Koch turf fertilizers in North America. Find out which ones.
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United Rentals shares safety playbook for equipment rentals
United Rentals, a large equipment rental provider, shared nine key protocols at the core of its response to COVID-19. The company implemented new protocols to expand on its commitment to best safety practices, training and communications. Check them out here.
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Briggs & Stratton enters into sale agreement, reorganization under Chapter 11
Briggs & Stratton Corp. has entered into a stock and asset purchase agreement with KPS Capital Partners, a private equity firm. See more details here.
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Soil Scout aims to help turf managers create optimal conditions, increase water efficiency
Soil Scout CEO Jalmari Talola talks with Athletic Turf Editor Christina Herrick about how his company can help turf managers create optimal above- and below-ground conditions while increasing efficiency on water and nutrient usage.
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ICP Building Solutions Group unveils new adhesive
ICP Building Solutions Group launched its new Sport Tough Adhesive by California Sports Surfaces, a self-contained, two-component polyurethane adhesive.
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Bayer program offers rebates, cost savings through Sept. 30
Turf professionals can save instantly on select Bayer turf care essentials purchased in August and September 2020 through the Now Solutions Program. The company’s Crop Science division said customers will receive payment terms of June 5, 2021 for qualifying products.
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Florida high school first to use ocean plastic infill on football field
Elite Turf has partnered with Act Global to bring its all-in-one innovative Power System to the U.S. market. Miami Edison High School was the first to use ocean plastic infill on its football field.
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