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Published
14 .Jun.2019

ETS Field days Italy

A wet, but interesting, few days learning and exchanging knowledge about the possibilities for professional turf in the European transition zone.

DLF delegates from over most of Europe met with 150 other industry players and costumers in Padova Italy last week for the European Turf grass Society field days.


A wet, but interesting, few days learning and exchanging knowledge about the possibilities for professional turf in the European transition zone.

An area where it is a little too warm and dry for temperate grasses to thrive fully, and a little too cold and wet for tropical grasses to be an option.What is possible now? What is the future of amenity and sports turf in this zone? How do we think in low input trends and tighter weed control regulation?

Important questions to ask ourselves in the industry.
 
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DLF delegates mix team from R&D, Product management and sales, left to right: Christian Sig Jensen, Giovanny Lopez, Sergio Rubio, Katja Lamborg, Henk van der Aa, Sabrina Rasmussen, Jo Hillewaert, Frank Lohse Hansen and Marie Oskarsson. Photo by Lars Tang Mikkelsen.