Basel, Switzerland: Sharing positive #TurfPerspectives will be the theme presented by Syngenta for the 2021 virtual Golf Industry Show (GIS) while also featuring its latest products and programmes.
Additionally, GIS virtual attendees will have opportunities to network and celebrate each other and focus on their personal health.
While visiting the Syngenta virtual booth or GreenCastOnline.com/GIS, visitors can choose their own adventure through an interactive video that provides insights into controlling key turf diseases like dollar spot, large patch, fairy ring, anthracnose, spring dead spot and take-all root rot featuring the latest fungicides, Ascernity, Posterity XT and Posterity Forte, as well as assurances and agronomic alerts.
Upon completion, participants will receive their choice of a 12-ounce or 16-ounce YETI Rambler Colster can insulator.
From January 17 until February 4, golf course professionals can follow @SyngentaTurf on Facebook and Twitter and share their positive #TurfPerspectives for a chance to win one of seven Solo Stove Yukon fire pits.
At GIS, Syngenta will introduce the NEW GreenCast Turf App, which has been redesigned with added features and flexibility to fit the user’s individual needs. All data is now cloud-based, allowing for access on multiple devices and the ability to share information easily.
During the virtual show, Syngenta will also be supporting numerous events, including the Opening Ceremony, Ladies Leading Turf panel discussion and networking reception, the GCSAA Certification Luncheon, several education sessions as well as the annual Health in Action 5K, which will be hosted virtually.
“While we are certainly going to miss seeing our customers face-to-face at the Golf Industry Show, Syngenta is committed to providing the best support possible for superintendents through the virtual format,” said Stephanie Schwenke, Turf Marketing Manager at Syngenta, an Executive Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
“We hope it will provide an opportunity for even more turf professionals to participate who may not have historically been able to do so. Our team will be available throughout the show and look forward to interacting with everyone,” added Schwenke.