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Are you spending money on algaecide, copper sulfate, or chlorine, monthly, with no results?

  • Are your lakes full of algae?
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  • Does your course have sodium crust?
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September 30, 2010

Reduce Your 2011 Budget

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It's that time of year again, the leaves are falling, and you're trying to figure out how to spend your remaining budget for 2010, or writing your new budget for next year. Either way, use this opportunity ... Read the full article »

September 1, 2010

The Effects of Ozonated Irrigation Water on Soil Physical and Chemical Properties (OVERVIEW)

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The Effects of Ozonated Irrigation Water on Soil Physical and Chemical Properties (OVERVIEW)  Logan Raub, Christopher Amrhein, and Mark Matsumoto  University of California, Riverside  Received for Review: 6 July 1999  Accepted for Publication: 10 March 2000  Do to copyright law the below report is just ... Read the full article »

July 1, 2010

“Ozone Eliminates Bacteria”, Another Industry Report Concludes

Filed under: News — admin @ 1:28 pm

Wastewater Disinfection Using Ozone to Remove Free-Living, Highly Pathogenic Bacteria and Amoebae (OVERVIEW) Teresa Orta de Velasquez, Neftali Rojas-Valencia, and Alberto Ayala National Autonomous University of Mexico Received: January 7, 2008 Accepted: May 16, 2008   Study Synopsis The study was done to determine the ... Read the full article »

March 11, 2010

Superintendents Testimonial

Filed under: News — admin @ 1:49 pm

Work Smarter Not Harder: Use Oxygen, Ozone, and Carbon Dioxide to Treat your Turf Instead of Chemicals and Surfactants  By Superintendent Glen Manly I’m now finishing up my eighteenth year as Superintendent for Adobe Creek National Golf Course in Fruita, Colorado. I’d never seen our course come out of the winter looking ... Read the full article »