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December 19, 2012

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The Ontario Turfgrass Symposium (OTS)

The Ontario Turfgrass Symposium is a premier education symposium developed exclusively for the turfgrass industry.

The University of Guelph will host the 22nd annual Ontario Turfgrass Symposium (OTS),Wednesday,  February 20 and Thursday , February 21, 2013 at Rozanski Hall, University of Guelph campus. Speakers from both industry and academia will provide valuable insight reflecting on the OTS 2013 theme: Cultivate Your Mind. Delegates will participate in sessions providing up-to-date information responding to the complexities of maintaining healthy turf in today's more restrictive growing environment.

Who should attend? Sports and recreation staff, lawn care and golf course workers plus nursery sod growers can all benefit from the many topics that will include: new pest and disease controls, turf maintenance tactics, safety and liability issues for turf managers and other industry-related topics.

What are the benefits? Turf industry leaders and associated staff will benefit from both learning sessions and the ability to network with colleagues in the turf industry. Attending OTS provides insight into best practices as initiated from leaders in turf sciences both locally, nationally and internationally.

 


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OTS PARTNER ASSOCIATIONS

Guelph Turfgrass Institute Nursery Sod Growers Association of Ontario Professional Lawn Care Association of Ontario Ontario Recreation Facilities Association Ontario Turfgrass Research Foundation Sports Turf Association

OTS 2016 SPONSORS

Turf Care Plant Products MAR-CO
Simplistic Lines Inc. Ontario Seed Company Nutrite
Fiesta Lawn Life Bannerman
G.C. Duke Dol Turf Hutcheson
Vissers Nursery & Sod Farm