Category Archives: Water Movement

Moving water through the soil profile

Southwest Florida: Growing turf in temperamental weather

Florida’s climate is temperamental and seasonally volatile. Growing turf and healthy grass from Florida’s dry winter through summer’s frequent rain and high heat...

Dry soil: When adding more water is a waste

Many times adding water to a dry lawn, dry garden, dry farm, golf course or other dry soil will not...

Rain can hurt golf course revenue, Penterra can help

Heavy rains can cost golf courses hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost revenue. Some of those losses can be...

How to fix most common lawn problems

From brown grass to common garden pests, we have some suggestions to address several of the most common lawn and...

Surviving a heatwave: Turf care tips

Heatwave: Record breaking heat & humidity puts turfgrass at high risk A recent heatwave not only risks the life of many...

Turf tips: Proper watering key to lawn care

Proper watering and irrigation are key to maintaining a healthy, green lawn If you’ve got a brown, dry lawn, proper...

Prevent Frost Delays: Superintendents take to Twitter

Golf Course Superintendents share winter turf care tips on Twitter. Many greenkeepers and superintendents recently shared how they are preventing frost...

Carolinas GCSA Conference & Show: Visit Geoponics Booth 2317

Visit Geoponics Booth 2317 Carolinas Golf Course Superintendents Association Conference & Show Mon. through Wed., Nov. 17-19, 2014 Carolinas GCSA...

Summer water management: Tips & surfactants for healthy soil, plants and saving water

Managing water is one of the primary keys to healthy turf. Whether the soil is compacted, holding too much water...