Superintendent Curtis Harder discusses the ways that soil moisture monitoring with Spiio sensors has benefitted Blue Bell Country Club. With constant app updates and incredible ease of use and install, he sees these sensors as “invaluable.”
When the pandemic struck, like many courses, the Columbus Country Club found itself with drastically reduced staff. In order to help them maintain their turf, they participated in Spiio’s Covid-19 relief program. The data-driven benefits they saw have lasted far longer than their staffing troubles. When JR Lynn turned 16, he wanted to look for […]
Mike Kerns, Director of Grounds for the Trenton Thunder, has had to be creative and flexible to navigate an intense and uncertain year. Spiio sensors help him make smart irrigation and fungicide decisions that keep his field ready for whatever is coming next.
Kevin Bednarik, assistant golf course superintendent for The Club at Carlton Woods, has been working with golf courses since he was 16. He loves the sport, he knows the land, and he appreciates an environment that values work-life balance. In times of pandemic and uncertainty, see how Spiio is just one of the ways Kevin can keep the course thriving.
Matthew Gourlay, a Certified Golf Course Superintendent, and Master Greenskeeper at Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan, Kansas shared insight on how he’s using his agronomic and water management skills to operate safely and efficiently during the COVID-19 pandemic. The golf industry isn’t insulated from the current challenges but Spiio sensors and careful nutrient management are helping Gourlay navigate this new territory.
Kent Harris has been in the irrigation industry since he was 16. Now, as manager of Minnesota Sodding Company, he looks for ways to revolutionize the way turfgrass water management is done. The Spiio, a smart turf sensor, is helping him do just that.
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