Equipment management series:

Understanding Why

Daniel Heinze

As an equipment manager, you are around the basic fundamentals of turfgrass maintenance all the time. In this webinar, Daniel Heinze will give you a look at many of the agronomic and cultural practices put in place by your superintendent or assistant and then translate how they affect you.

Gain a general understanding of the different equipment and care used to obtain the best product on different grasses - from thatch management to fertilization. Learn why aerification or topdressing greens isn’t just for screwing up reels. Understand how a poor cut can cause more damage to grass than just “looking bad.” These are just a few of the topics Heinze covers in this 60-minute webinar, part of our equipment manager series, as we get into the mindset of a turf manager and Understand Why.

Original presentation date: Jan. 25, 2017

About the Instructor

Daniel HeinzeDaniel Heinze is currently the equipment manager at Kansas City Country Club. He earned his bachelors in turfgrass management at Kansas State University. Heinze has been employed in the turf industry for 9 years, working in Colorado, Kansas and Missouri. He has held the position of irrigation tech, spray tech, second assistant and assistant superintendent before taking on his current role of equipment manager. Heinze has been a member of GCSAA for seven years.


Member price: Free
Nonmember price: $45
Education points: 0.1

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