Turf Days Kicks off in Canterbury, New Zealand, on March 22

Debuting this month is Turf Days, a two-day event highlighting the Kiwi turf industry that will take place on March 22 and 23, 2023, at the Kimihia Research Centre in Lincoln, Canterbury (New Zealand). Over thirty exhibitors will gather at the event to showcase their machinery and other products from 9 AM to 5 PM on both days. Get your tickets to Turf Days on The Ticket Fairy.

After the postponed event in 2022, this year’s inaugural Turf Days will provide turf professionals from the golf, council, landscaping, and general amenity turf markets with firsthand experience on innovative technologies as well as the chance to mingle and connect with others in the industry. This event provides a rare opportunity to see cutting-edge turf machinery and products while also hearing market insights and opinions from prominent turf industry specialists.

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Site Map – Image via Turf Days Facebook Page

As part of the education program, attendees will hear from guest speakers that include David Mason – Superintendent of Brisbane Golf Club, Leo Barber – General Manager of Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club, Will Bowden – Manager of New Zealand Turf Management Solutions, and Dr. Richard Gibbs – a research scientist, educator, and project manager specializing in the planning, design, construction, and management of natural and artificial sports and amenity turf surfaces. Workshops and tours at Turf Days will comprise identifying turf diseases under a microscope and tracking the seed from conception to commercial output.

There is also a bus service from Central City and Riccarton Road to Turf Days in Lincoln, which can be purchased as an add-on to a ticket.

For tickets to Turf Days, visit The Ticket Fairy: HERE

Check out the entire event schedule HERE

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