The stomata concept


Save fertilizer, water, chemicals, fuel and electricity. Fertilize organically, activate soils and revitalize flora and fauna.

By Sebastian Lischka

The Disturbance Theory - Do Not Disturb!

The Disturbance Theory - Do Not Disturb! Richard Windows, STRI Turfgrass Agronomist.

I would like to thank Richard Windows for permission to translate into German. February 25, 2017 Norbert Lischka

Perennial grasses such as Festuca and Agrostis Capillaris require some time to establish. Richard Windows describes this in a really great article. Apparently most of the examples in his article are based on Links Open Championship courses. This data and the specified parameters cannot be transferred 1:1 to other places. Most of the time, however, the principle of low disturbance for the successful establishment of Festuca and/or Agrostis species remains unchanged.

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By Alexander Decher


Current maintenance practices often encourage the development of moss. Researchers explain the dependencies in this GCM Online article

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Dear interested parties,

as your contact person for the Stomata group, I would be pleased to answer any questions you may have, I would be happy to contact you by e-mail, thank you.

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Norbert Lischka

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