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Applied Agronomics Australia Seminar Applied Agronomics Australia are holding an industry seminar with guest speaker Pat McHugh.
Applied Agronomics Australia Seminar

Article by Alyce Shaw published on 16/03/2017

Applied Agronomics Australia invite all industry members and professionals to attend one of their educational seminars held through March, on the topic of Practical Solutions for Turf Issues.

 

Holding four seminars over two days across Melbourne, guests at the event will have the pleasure of hearing from special guest speaker, Floratine Products Group Corporate Agronomist, Mr Pat McHugh.

Pat has had an impressive career in the golf industry, spanning more than 40 years. His current role with Floratine sees him working as a consultant in the USA and internationally, specialising in turf nutrition, physical and chemical properties of soil and water, as well as comprehensive experience in all phases of golf course construction and project management.

during his 35 years working as a Golf Course Superintendenthe hosted PGA Tour events; the Doral Ryder Open and St. Jude Federal Express. Before taking on his current role at Floratine he was the President and Founder of north Carolina Turf Support.

With a wealth of knowledge on turfgrass management and the ins and outs of golf course construction and maintenance, Pat would be a great insight to the industry for attendees at these events, and will be happy to answer any questions from guests.

The following events with guest speaker Pat McHugh are being held this month:

 

Wednesday, March 22:

Where: Club Mandalay, Beveridge VIC 3753
When: 9:30am - 11:00am

Where: Darebin bowls Club, Thornbury VIC 3071
When:
1:00pm - 3:00pm (Bistro lunch available prior)

 

Thursday, March 23:

Where: Kingswood Golf Club, Dingley VIC 3172
When:
9:30am - 11:00am

Where: Moonah Links, Fingal VIC 3939
When:
12:30pm - 2:30pm

RSVP: Friday, March 17 to:
jim@appliedagronomics.com.au or 0407 778 991


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