Jeremy Turton, superintendent at Chevy Chase Country Club, discusses the importance of minimalistic watering. His installation of Spiio is one of the ways he monitors his course to keep it on the dryer and firmer—but still healthy—side for optimal playability.
Virginia Tech PhD Student Travis Roberson is conducting important research on using in-ground sensors, drones and light reflectance to conserve water.
Matt Morton, superintendent at El Niguel Country Club, shares the value of data in validating and communicating turfgrass decisions. Spiio’s sensor measures soil temperature, moisture, light, and salinity, offering that data in one timely and user-friendly app.