This past fall our team gathered again at HQ in Rocky Mount, NC to prepare for the upcoming Virtual Trade Show season. We spent a few days together preparing new tools for both end users and our distribution and dealer networks to gain a deeper understanding and training into our solutions.
Heavy-duty aerator and root zone recycler
The Imants KORO Recycling Dresser is a heavy-duty aerator and root zone recycler. The Recycling Dresser aerates vertically and horizontally, removes the underlying soil from the root zone, and redistributes soil as a topdressing across the playing surface. This vertical and horizontal aeration mitigates layering and compaction, increases biological activity, and allows for better utilization of existing fertilizers in the soil. The Recycling Dresser reduces the amount of new topdressing required, thus saving labor and material costs as well as promoting sustainable maintenance. The Recycling Dresser is best used on loamy to sandy soils.
• Mitigates layering and compaction
• Reduces time and labor over traditional cultural practices
• Recycles current root zone, saving on topdressing required
|0.5″ – 7″
|Number of Blades
|45 – 90 hp
Tractor Requirement – 540 pto. Creep gear or hydrostatic drive, 4-wheel drive recommended, • Refer to individual tractor specifications for lifting capacity
Operation Speed – 0.3 – .75 mph
More about our Cultural Solutions
In this episode, Sam Green, President of AQUA-AID Solutions chats with Felix Peters, Owner of Imants BV. Sam and Felix talk about the great history of these two companies working together to bring innovation in cultural solutions to the United States.
Sam Green, President of AQUA-AID Solutions sits down to share a Fall 2020 message. How has Covid19 effected the golf industry, the challenges and solutions the industry has found to combat the boost in rounds many are seeing.
During a few days together, preparing for the virtual education season to come, the AQUA-AID Solutions team sat down for a round table discussion talking 2020.
#PoaDay a virtual field day event hosted by members of university’s turfgrass and ornamental weed science team. The goals of the event are to educate turfgrass managers about the different strategies available for annual bluegrass control, Poa annua. This event is sponsored by AQUA-AID Solutions.