Regency Golf Course Shares Their IPM Program

Superintendent Gary Day discusses the challenges Regency Golf Park Course has regarding disease, insects, irrigation and traffic on the course.

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Gary Day, Superintendent at Regency Park Golf Course in Adelaide shares his insights and experiences in managing the golf course. The club has faced various challenges including traffic during COVID-19, turf disease, irrigation issues, and insect infestations.

However, Gary has effectively managed these challenges through the implementation of an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program. By using biological seaweeds, liquid fertilizers, and turf growth regulators, he has successfully prevented diseases such as Pythium and Dollar Spot. Watch the video to find out more.

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