The European Turfgrass Society is a not for profit association that include in its objectives the spread of innovative applications and encouragement of a holistic view of turf and provide since 2008 a forum for scientists, consultants, companies and practitioners to discuss technical issues related to the turf surfaces.
Despite the Coronavirus’s emergence, the European Turfgrass Society is continuing with the promotion of innovative application and giving of information. The ETS organizes a series of free webinars to offer useful and targeted communication to members and all turf specialists interested. The main objective of these webinars is to explore the interest in environmental issues related to turfgrass management.
Welcome to the 2021 European Turfgrass Society Webinar Series
30th March, 2021 – 13:00 pm (CET time)
TITLE: Plant Nutrition, Biostimulants, and Biotic Stress Tolerance of Turf
13:00 Introduction by ETS President (or Vice-President)
13:15 Speaker Dr. James Murphy
13:45 Speaker Dr. Chas Schmid
14:15 Panel discussion (40 min)
The ETS events are the forum par excellence for scientists, consultants, companies and practitioners to discuss technical issues related with the study of turfgrass. Hosting the 2021 European Turfgrass Society Webinar Series, it is our ambition to provide a forum to spread innovative applications for the benefit of the turfgrass industry promoting the exchange of information among turfgrass specialists from universities, official organisations and private companies.
Watch the recording of this webinar:
James Murphy (Dr. @Rutgers Center for Turfgrass Science)
Dr. James Murphy is the Director of the Rutgers Center for Turfgrass Science and an Extension Specialist in Turfgrass Management at Rutgers University.
He conducts research and teaches in the undergraduate and extension programs on the development of best management practices in turfgrass.
Chas Schmid (Dr. @Oregon State University)
Dr. Chas Schmid is a Faculty Research Associate at Oregon State University. He conducts research focused on cultural management practices for golf course turf and teaches in the undergraduate and continuing education programs at OSU.