We hear a lot about sustainability in the golf industry today. But what does sustainability actually mean?
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Did you miss Professor Bigelow's webinar?

We hear a lot about sustainability in our industry today. But what does sustainability actually mean? According to Dictionary.com, “sustainability is defined as the quality of not being harmful to the environment, depleting natural resources and thereby supporting long-term ecological balance.” Well, that definition is all well and good on paper, but what does sustainability really mean? On a September 5 webinar entitled Sustainability and preparing for another winter, Professor Cale A. Bigelow of Purdue University stated that in reality, sustainability includes three major inter-related components otherwise known as the 3 Es:

Environmental protection

Economic prosperity and continuity

Equity or the social well-being

Click the Read More button below to check out Cale Bigelow's webinar recording here to learn more about sustainability in the turf industry.

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“I’m excited to see how far we can take the Holganix program at Walden Oaks.” -Walden Oaks Country Club

“Mother Nature needs to grow these plants; not me,” says Jeff Betters, superintendent of Walden Oaks Country Club in Corland, New York. Betters has been using Holganix for two years at Walden, primarily on greens and tees. Essentially, the living microorganisms in Holganix allow Betters to work with Mother Nature, putting the soil ecosystem in balance. Ultimately, this means Betters is able to drastically reduce his synthetic inputs. Click the Read More button below to learn about Betters' experiences with Holganix at Walden Oaks Country Club.

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Big competition: Freeport Country Club

Can you top these monster roots from Aaron Heaton of Freeport Country Club? The golf course winner of the Holganix Roots For You competition receives a $500 cash prize as well as a $500 donation made in their name to The Environmental Institute For Golf, a nonprofit foundation by GCSAA. Submit your photos on social media or email them to [email protected]. Click the Read More button below to learn more about the competition details.

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Holganix roots

 

Download the "Turf Roots: Technical Turf Report" free ebook

In this report, we’ll explore different roles roots play and their symbiotic relationship with the plant and soil: 

1. Root hairs - a neglected but important aspect of the root

2. Roots - the food delivery system

3. Sustainability - the part roots play in sustainability in the environment

Download the ebook now!