For the past two years Victoria National has been able to provide tournament volunteers with an educational seminar each day. Today was our first seminar and we were fortunate to have Jerry Husemann from BASF come in and speak on Naturalized Areas and Secondary Rough. Jerry described these areas as low maintenance (not zero maintenance). Having secondary rough on your course will reduced fuel costs, labor, water usages, and fertilizer. A mixture of spring and fall pre emergence with a mixture of post emergence is the key to success. Lastly, Mr. Husemann spoke on weed species and herbicides to suppress them. BASF: "We don't make the turf, we make it better" Thanks again to Jerry and BASF for the support.
Friday, April 22, 2016
The 2016 Big 10 Championship has finally arrived with the United Leasing Championship just around the corner. With that being said, the agronomy team here at Victoria National would like to wish all teams and players good luck. Thank you to all the staff at Victoria National for the hard work and preparation leading up to these two weeks. Lastly, we would like to sincerely thank all of our volunteers and sponsors for their support.
Sunday, April 10, 2016
This past week we were able to build our new stands for our bee hives and had a chance to peek into the hives to check them out. All four of our boxes are doing great and are ready for the 2016 season. Here are a few action shots that were taken while we were examining the hives.
|The white dot in the center of the picture is the queen of the hive.|