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WaterSOLV Turf Symposium at Wigwam Golf by Wilbur-Ellis

March 21, 2018

 

We were honored to host turf experts across Arizona to see the results that has got Wigwam's members and staff talking.  

After years of fighting a myriad of issues on the course as well as poor water quality the Wigwam Superintendent credits the WaterSOLV™ program alone for completely revolutionizing the way he treats his turf.  It has also completely eliminated the dead zones.  But Wigwam is the most excited to share with their colleagues how easy it is now to pull a soil sample. 

Perviously impenetrable soil is now rich, moist, and cuts like butter.  The same tool would barely go in a few inches just a few months ago. 

Jason Snyder of the Wigwam explained his experiences with the product including the removal of the hard pan, increase in infiltration and growing grass like crazy where it used to always be a challenge.

 

Mark Hensely from Wilbur-Ellis and Todd Eden CEO of HCT llc answered questions and described the results that new users could expect when implementing the WaterSOLV™ Program.  Vibrant growth and vitality released by mitigating impenetrable soil caused by anything from caliche to carbonate bound minerals and sodium that would not flush.  

WaterSOLV™ is a liquid water treatment solution and soil curative, remediating and mitigating hardness, salt and challenges cause by sulfur, sulfide and sulfate. It is registered at departments of food and agriculture as Grade 0-0-0 - an Auxiliary Soil & Plant Substance. 

 

One client reports having 3,000 compromised emitters due to an explosion in the snail population and as soon as they are cleaned, they are plugged shortly after. 

Just 3 ppm of WaterSOLV™ Curative can "SOLV" the problem, hands free, putting the calcium taken out of the water to form the snail shell, back into the water as available plant and turf nutrient.

 

WaterSOLV™ is a Program that chemically converts problems associated with water into water value added nutrients. 

 

 

 

 

 

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