It’s that time again! Another Friday, another edition of Ask Aquatrols. This week’s question comes to us via E-mail:
“I’m currently employing a long-term soil surfactant program but with this ridiculous weather pattern, it’s just not holding up. Now dry spots are popping up! What do I do?”
You don’t need me to tell you that this summer has been a nightmare in parts of the country. As we limp into August, heat wave after heat wave continues the relentless assault on courses and crops across the United States. A prolonged drought has gripped more than half of the country and Superintendents in the affected regions are at wit’s end.
No matter how good you’ve been keeping up with your monthly or 90-day soil surfactant applications, the weather is bound to produce some localized dry spots on your course under such harsh conditions. Using a specialized spot treatment product like Aqueduct can help you bridge the gap between regular surfactant applications and get your course looking better in no time.
The best part about Aqueduct? It’s fast acting. These pictures were sent to us last month by Superintendent Brian Burke out of Sycamore County Country Club in Springboro, Ohio. The before and after shots were taken just 13 days apart. See for yourself:
For more information on Aqueduct, contact your local distributor rep or send us an E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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