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We have created a variety of courses to help make your job easier. Update your skills and increase your knowledge on everything from weed identification to how to use chemical spill kits. Each course should take about 30 to 60 minutes to complete – and when you pass the short test at the end you will receive a certificate of accreditation.
A look at categories of weeds, their life cycle and how to identify the more common broadleaf weeds found on Australian golf courses and sports fields.
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This Interface® StressGard course – Controlling turf disease – has exclusive access to view our product development trials as part of the course.
This course aims to develop the your skills, knowledge and understanding of how to identify grasses. This comprehensive course starts with a description of basic grass structures. It follows with recognition of common and important grasses.
Herbicides that can be used for weed management can be divided into two broad groups: post-emergent herbicides (used after the weed has emerged and established); and pre-emergent herbicides (used before the weed has emerged and established). In this course we focus on pre-emergent herbicides.
Maintaining top quality turf is, as you know, a full-time job for turf managers. Along with insect pests such as the African black beetle (see our course on this pest) turf diseases are major issues for turf managers.
We take a closer look at winter grass, one of the most problematic weeds for many grounds teams in Australia. Take our course to learn more about winter grass and how best to manage it.