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STRI Research 2017 in pictures

Features, Research / 5th October 2017

Following another successful STRI Research event at our UK head office and sport research facility in September, we bring you the best images from over the two days.

STRI Group UK, Bingley, West Yorkshire

Event images from around our UK research trials grounds.

Research Station A: StadiaPitch
Bespoke multipurpose pitch solutions

Demonstrated the concepts behind the StadiaPitch system and discussed the R&D process and the key challenges that had to be overcome.

Research Station B: Bayer station
Fungicide trials

Demonstrated the differences between a programmed preventative approach to disease control and a conventional approach.

Research Station C: STRI
Sky maintenance

Provided an onsite demonstration and explained the various uses of drones in the sports turf industry.

Research Station D: ICL
STRI research trials

Presented the results of their completed disease control trial and new ongoing nutritional programme trial.

Research Station E: Syngenta
Every seed counts

Demonstrated how application timings and new fungicide technology can reduce the impact of seedling diseases and establish stronger swards more quickly.

Research Station F: Sherriff Amenity
A targeted approach to disease control

Explained how a targeted approach to turf disease control using the latest fungicide technology is tackling the cause of disease and promoting improved turf health.

Research Station G: Farmura – an Aquatrols company
Products and programmes based on research

Presented a novel enzyme system of biodegrading organic matter and thatch, and explaining the objectives of this two-year trial.

Find out more about STRI research services here, and follow Research manager, Dr Tom Young on Twitter here

 

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