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Tag: e-par USA

e-par offers online environmental management training

October 29, 2013 By and
e-par USA and the e-par Group (Australia) release an online platform that provides environmental training for golf course maintenance staff in the United States. The e-par TEE (Training for an Environmental Event) program uses animated simulations and an interactive e-learning ...

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Timing is everything

Methiozolin rate and spring application timing affect annual bluegrass control on putting greens. Methiozolin is a new herbicide reported to control annual bluegrass in creeping bentgrass putting greens. However, the appropriate application timing and rate to maximize efficacy is still ...

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What strange festivals can teach us about environmental management systems — pt. 3

August 16, 2013 By
And now, time for our final installment from Kevin Fletcher, president and CEO of e-Par USA… Wacky Festival #3: The Testicle Festival Don’t shoot the messenger on this one—it’s real.  Each summer, Rock Creek Lodge in Clinton, Mont., holds its ...

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We’re hollerin’ about environmental management

August 15, 2013 By
What wacky festivals can teach us about environmental management: part 2 of a series By Kevin A. Fletcher, Ph.D., President & CEO, e-par USA, Inc. Wacky Festival #2: National Hollerin’ Contest In June each year, Spivey’s Corner (N.C.), population 49, ...

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Introducing Mike the Headless Chicken… Golf’s Newest Environmental Advocate

August 14, 2013 By
By Kevin A. Fletcher, Ph.D., President & CEO, e-par USA, Inc. Summertime… a time for lemonade, swimming pools, a little golf (we all hope), and of course, small town fairs and festivals filled with happy children, hot dogs, carnival games, ...

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South Carolina program uses e-par USA

April 4, 2013 By
The e‐par USA Environmental Management System (EMS) for Golf has been accepted as evidence of environmental leadership by the South Carolina Environmental Excellence Program (SCEEP). As a result, golf businesses in South Carolina that work with e‐par USA to build ...

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