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Landscape Mgmt: Prudent40Plus Phosphite Fertilizer September 22, 2018
Performance Nutrition joins Field to Market
Performance Nutrition, a division of LidoChem, has joined
Performance Nutrition will unveil its retooled Performance Soil Treatment
Golfdom: Performance Nutrition rolls out soil treatment program at GIS February 12, 2018
The Performance Soil Treatment program utilizes a proprietary blend of products to:
- Enrich the soil
January 23, 2017, San Antonio, Texas: At the Golf Industry Show in San Antonio,
Project Evergreen Volunteers Rehabilitate a Bruised Athletic Field November 2, 2016
Performance Nutrition and Turf Max partner to release Prudent Green February 19, 2016
February 4, 2016: Golfdom magazine
Performance Nutrition, a division
Performance Nutrition & Turf Max Launch Prudent Green at the Golf Industry Show in San Diego February 5, 2016
February 5, 2016: Turf Republic
Performance Nutrition, a division of LidoChem Inc., and Turf Max LLC announce the release of Prudent
Performance Nutrition award confirmed by judge April 6, 2015
AG Professional magazine
A Michigan court affirmed an award of $12 million to LidoChem Inc., parent company of Performance Nutrition,
Maryland’s Water Quality Improvement Act February 22, 2015
Maryland was one of the first states to enact legislation to regulate Nutrient Management. The Water Quality Improvement Act specifically
Getting Back to Our Roots Agriculture Rediscovers the Living Soil February 20, 2015
by Michael Amaranthus, Ph.D.
Ten years ago you had not heard of the “blogosphere.” Now the term is everywhere. But you probably
How and Why to Use Foliar Fertilizers October 20, 2014
Foliar fertilizers allow turf managers to spoon feed nutrition as needed. “You can tweak your program so you get nice, consistent
Stand up to the challenge October 20, 2014
Bionutrition gives turf the strength to deal with summer stress.
Doug Snyder knew his first few months on the job weren’t going
From the ground up October 20, 2014
Fix the root of the problem with bionutrition soil amendments.
Golf Course Industry chatted with Frank Dean, product development