Help Us Kick-Off
NJTA’ s 40th Anniversary!
Celebrating 40 years of Industry Partnership with Rutgers University
Turf & Landscape
Dedicated to the Green Industry
D e c e m b e r 8 -1 0, 2 0 0 9
Trump Taj Mahal • Atlantic City, NJ
The New Jersey GREEN EXPO is the best place to go
to see new equipment and technology for the Green Industry.
The New Jersey GREEN EXPO is a science-based conference and trade show
that provides education, business, fellowship, and environmental stewardship
opportunities in partnership with The Center for Turfgrass Science at Rutgers University.
Celebrating Our 34th Year!
The New Jersey Turfgrass Association is proud to host this spectacular event!
Now in its 34th year, the New Jersey GREEN EXPO has become an event you won’t want to
miss. The turfgrass and landscape industries continue to grow and prosper, so plan to attend the
education sessions and trade show to learn what’s new in your industry!
The Educational Program
The NJ GREEN EXPO’s comprehensive Educational Program, with over forty sessions, is the
source for the Green Industry to obtain cutting edge information for today's competitive economy.
Programs deliver case studies, industry trends, "how to" applications and tactics to assist you in
becoming efficient and to make your business profitable.
The Trade Show
The NJ GREEN EXPO Trade Show is one of the largest Green Industry events in the tri-state
area. You’ll have an opportunity see new products and services to help you make purchasing
decisions and to develop important relationships in the Green Industry.
GCSAA PDI credits, plus NJ, CT, DE, MD, and PA pesticide recertification
credits will be available; NY credits have been applied for and are expected.
Meet Our Keynote Speaker
Kevin Cook’s first book, Tommy’s Honor, won the
USGA’s Herbert Warren Wind Award as the best golf
book of 2007, and made Sports Illustrated’s best-book
list. Publishers Weekly called his 2008 Driven: Teen
Golf “perfect reading for golfers, parents and sports fans
Phenoms, Mad Parents, Swing Science and the Future of
of all stripes.” Cook edited The Sports Illustrated Golf
Book, new in stores this fall.
The former editor-in-chief of Golf Magazine, Cook has
written for Sports Illustrated, GQ, Playboy Golf Digest,
Men’s Journal, Men’s Health and other magazines. He
has also served as a talking head on ESPN and CNN, and
along the way has spent time with role models and anti-
role models, from Michael Jordan, Steve Nash, and Brett Favre to Barry Bonds and Pete
2009 New Jersey GREEN EXPO Turf & Landscape Conference
Presented By the The New Jersey Turfgrass Association In Conjunction With
• Golf Course Superintendents Association of New Jersey
• Irrigation Association of New Jersey
• New Jersey Agricultural Society
• New Jersey Agriculture Experiment Station
• New Jersey Cemetery Association
• New Jersey Green Industry Council
• New Jersey Nursery and Landscape Association
• New Jersey School Buildings and Grounds Supervisors
• New Jersey Sod Growers Association
• New Jersey Turfgrass Foundation
• Rutgers Center for Turfgrass Science
• Rutgers Cooperative Extension
• Rutgers Turfgrass Alumni Association
• School of Environmental and Biological Sciences/Rutgers University
• School of Agriculture Board of Managers
• Sports Field Managers Association of New Jersey
GREEN EXPO EDUCATION PROGRAM
T uesday, December 8, 2009
We begin GREEN EXPO with an informative
session focused on Core Credit issues. The session
12:30 - 4:00 PM USGA GOLF SESSION
2 Credits: 3B, 6B, 8C, PP2
ends with an interactive game show that you are 2009 was full of challenges, and the USGA Green Section
sure to enjoy...and prizes will be awarded too! Agronomists are here to review what went wrong, what went
right, and how we can plan for future success. Thought pro-
voking messages will be presented also from well-known indus-
try professionals, all Rutgers graduates here to celebrate the
40th Anniversary of the establishment of the NJ Turfgrass
9:00 - 11:30 AM CORE SESSION 5 Credits: Core
Interpreting a Pesticide Label Association.
Dr. Darren Lycan, Syngenta
9:00 - 9:30
9:30 - 10:30 Getting the Best out of your Applications by using Winter Killing Fields
Chemistry, and using Chemistry Properly Jim Skorulski, USGA
12:30 - 1:00
Rick Fletcher, Cleary Chemical Company Bringing a Product to Market: the Costs, Problems,
10:30- 11:30 Pesticide Core “Quiz-Know” and Pitfalls involved in Developing a Useful New
1:00 - 1:30
Mike Oleykowski, United Phosphorus
Product for the Turfgrass Industry
Dr. Darren Lycan, Syngenta
12:30 - 4:30 PM LAWN & LANDSCAPE SESSION Summer Killing Fields
Adam Moeller, USGA
1:30 - 2:00
3 Credits: 3B, 3A, 2, 6B, 8C, PP2
Industry Challenges and Opportunities
Geared to the lawn and landscape professional, this session is Dr. Joe DiPaola, Syngenta
2:00 - 2:30
packed with a diverse assortment of nationally known speak- Association Update from GCSAA President,
ers. There’s something for everybody in these talks, and you Mark Kuhns
2:30 - 2:40
are sure to take away useful information you can use to help The Role of Leaf Wetness in Disease Development
you grow your business. Dr. Karen Plumley, Mitchell Products
2:40 - 3:15
US Open at Bethpage...”The Art of Squeegeeing”
12:30 - 1:00 Disease ID and Control for Landscape Plants
Dave Oatis, USGA and Craig Currier, Bethpage
3:15 - 4:00
Dr. Ann Gould, Rutgers University
1:00 - 1:15 Fertilizers Under Attack: The Green Industry Golf Course
Council’s position on Fertilizer Restrictions and
fertilizer pre-emption in the state
Nancy Sadlon, Executive Director, NJGIC 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM GOLF MIX AND MINGLE
1:15 - 1:45 What Science tells us about Fertilizer Runoff - Hosted by Ken and Keith Kubik, Grass Roots, Inc.
Setting the Record Straight!
Dr. Brian Horgan, Associate Professor, Extension A social highlight of GREEN EXPO, our
Turfgrass Specialist, University of Minnesota friends at Grass Roots will once again pres-
1:45 - 2:15 Improve Your Lawn Renovation Success Rate by ent a get-together to greet old friends and
Proper Selection of Seed Cultivar and Blends meet new ones. Open to all Golf attendees,
Dr. Stacy Bonos, Rutgers University
2:15 - 2:45 Selecting the Right Ornamental Plant for this event is a great way to end your day of
Maximim Effect and Minimum Pests education.
Dr. Tom Molnar, Rutgers Gardens
2:45 - 3:45 Physiology of Grass 101: What Happens in the
Grass Plant When we Apply Chemicals?
Dr. Michelle DaCosta, University of Massachusetts
The New Jersey Green Industry Council (NJGIC)
3:45 - 4:30 How do New Products and Concepts Fit Into Your
is an umbrella organization representing
Weed Control Program?
the interests of various sectors of the
Dr. Stephen Hart, Rutgers University green industry to secure reasonable
policy in the state of New Jersey.
4:30 - 6:00 PM LAWN & LANDSCAPE MIXER NJGIC will be presenting short and
Hosted by Wayne Dubin, Bartlett Tree Experts targeted updates to attendees at edu-
Wayne Dubin from Bartlett Tree Experts begins a new tradi-
cational sessions throughout Green
tion at GREEN EXPO. All lawn
and landscape attendees are invit-
ed to a social mixer, where the
refreshments are free and the
NJGIC is the leading organization focused on communicating and
friendship is abundant. Make sure
educating the legislators and regulators in Trenton about the green
you leave time in your schedule to
industry’s value -- and needs -- to the state.
attend this GREEN Expo highlight. NJGIC has a clear mission to see that facts, university research,
and science is a priority in all laws and regulations. The NJGIC is
Note: We reserve the right to change
dedicated to unifying the green industry!
Speakers and Topics listed in this brochure if necessary.
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W e d n e s d ay, D e c e m b e r 9 , 2 0 0 9
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM GOLF SEMINAR 1:00 - 2:00 PM GOLF SESSION
1:00 - 1:30 Midori, a New and Exciting Growth Regulator
8 Credits: 3B, 6B, 8C, PP2, 10 1 Credit: 3B, 6B, 8C, PP2, 10
Previous attendees have consistently asked for more of Dr. Stephen Hart, Rutgers University
Dr. Clarke, and this year he’s offering something special: 1:30 - 2:00 Fathers and Sons: Young Athletes Need Both
4 hours of intense review of the diseases that concern us most. Support and an Appropriate Standard to
This is a perfect opportunity for you, your assistants, and your Measure Up to...Insight that can be used to
applicators to get the science needed to thrive in our challenging successfully grow your crew.
profession...so we suggest you make it a point to be part of this Kevin Cook, Author
very special seminar.
Cutting Edge Disease Control Seminar
1:00 - 2:00 PM SPORTS FIELD MANAGERS
Stategies for Managing Intense Traffic Areas of
for Golf Course Turf in the Northeast
8:00 - 12:00
Dr. Bruce Clarke, Rutgers University Dr. David Minner, Iowa State University
ROUNDTABLE: What’s On Your Mind?
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM SPORTS FIELD MANAGERS 1:00 - 2:00 PM LAWN & LANDSCAPE
Sports Fields: The Year in Review 2009
9:00 - 9:30 A Forum for Green Industry Professionals to
Brad Park, Rutgers University Learn and Exchange
9:30 - 10:30 Field Use Quantification: How to Use It to Chaired by John Buechner. Other industry leaders will
lead small conversations...for example, you could sit with
Your Advantage Dr. Horgan to explore and discuss fertilizer issues.
Dr. David Minner, Iowa State University
10:30 - 11:30 Managing Park and Recreation Sports Fields Our GENERAL SESSION celebrates the kickoff of the 40th
in New England Anniversary of formal partnership between the New Jersey turf
David Pinsonneault, CSFM, CPRP, Lexington, MA industry and Rutgers University. Special presentations will be
11:30 - 12:00 SFMANJ Annual Business Meeting made to honor those roots, and the session ends with a powerful
keynote speaker, Kevin Cook.
“40 Years of NJTA: Celebrating the Industry
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM LAWN & LANDSCAPE SESSION GENERAL SESSION
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Industry Challenges and Opportunities
9:00 - 9:30 and Rutgers Partnership.”
5 Credits: 3B, 6B, 8C, PP2, 10
Dr. Joe DiPaola, Syngenta
9:30 - 10:15 New Cool Season Turfgrass Varieties for 2:00 - 2:05 NJTA Annual Meeting
Landscaping 2:05 - 2:15 NJTA Awards
Dr. Jerry Pepin, Pickseed 2:15 - 2:40 The New Political Climate in Trenton: The
10:15 - 11:00 Insect Management in Landscape Turf: Basics, Importance of Communications!
New Insecticides, New Insects Deputy Speaker John Wisniewski, NJ Assembly
Dr. Albrecht Koppenhöfer, Rutgers University
(invited). Introduction by Nancy Sadlon, NJGIC
11:00 - 12:00 Back to Basics: Weed Control in Turfgrass...
Is There Help on the Way? 2:40 - 3:00 A Brief History of the Rutgers Turf Program
Carrie Mansue and Dr. Stephen Hart, Rutgers University Dr. Richard Hurley: 2 year and 4 year programs
______________________________ Dr. Bill Meyer: Post-graduates, and their impact on
3:00 - 3:15 Dedication of GREEN Expo 2009 to
12:00 - 1:00 PM LUNCH Hosted by
Dr. Reed Funk
NJTA’s loyal friend,
STORR TRACTOR COMPANY
Mary Lou DesChamps has once again 3:15 - 3:30 The Rutgers/Industry Partnership: A Model for
sponsored Wednesday’s lunch. We all thank Dr. Bruce Clarke, Rutgers University
her, and Storr Tractor Company, for 3:30 - 4:00 Keynote Address: KEVIN COOK
lunch, and for all she does to support our industry. What Sets the Greats Apart [See Inset on page 2]
Kevin Cook’s first book, Tommy’s Honor, won the USGA’s Herbert
Warren Wind Award as the best golf book of 2007, and made Sports
12:00 - 1:00 PM NJGIC Advisory Forum Lunch
for industry leaders. By invitation only.
Illustrated’s best-book list. Publishers Weekly called his 2008 Driven:
____________________________ Teen Phenoms, Mad Parents, Swing Science and the Future of Golf
“perfect reading for golfers, parents and sports fan of all stripes.”
NEW this year are 1 hour breakout sessions right after lunch. Cook edited The Sports Illustrated Golf Book, new in stores this fall.
Golf and Sports Field attendees have excellent sessions
planned; another is a new one hour roundtable session for The former editor-in-chief of Golf Magazine, Cook has written for
Lawn and Landscape participants. In this room, a number of Sports Illustrated, GQ, Playboy Golf Digest, Men’s Journal, Men’s
Health and other magazines. He has also served as a talking head on
diverse issues will be discussed in small groups led by respected ESPN and CNN, and along the way has spent time with role models
industry professionals...you are sure to find a topic that is of critical and anti-role models, from Michael Jordan, Steve Nash, and Brett
interest to you! Favre to Barry Bonds and Pete Rose.
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WED NE S DAY, D ECE MB ER 9, 20 09 Thursday, December 10, 2009
8:00 - 10:00 AM LAWN & LANDSCAPE SESSION
4:00 PM - 7:30 PM TRADE SHOW GRAND OPENING
Visit the show floor to find out what’s new from many turf and land- 8:00 - 8:30 Impending Nutrient Management Regulations and
2 Credits: 3B, 6B, 8C, PP2, 10
scape vendors. Free food and drink will be available from 5:00 on, and Organic Turf Management
new this year will be education opportunities on the show floor. Dr. Jim Murphy, Rutgers University
8:30 - 9:00 Effective White Grub Management:
CORE ON THE FLOOR What, When, Why, and How?
Dr. Albrecht Koppenhöfer, Rutgers University
1 Credit Core
Presented Twice - Choose the time you prefer
4:30 - 5:00 Proper Selection and Use of Backpack Sprayers: 9:00 - 9:30 Benefits of New Drought Tolerant Cultivars for
6:30 - 7:00 Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Sprayer? Landscape Use
Dr. John Grande, Rutgers University Dr. Melodee Fraser, Pure-Seed Testing Inc.
9:30 - 10:00 New Herbicide Products and Mixtures for Weed
5:30 - 6:00 Basic Chainsaw Operation and Safety Control in Turfgrass
Dr. Stephen Hart, Rutgers University
TRADE SHOW GRAND OPENING
is sponsored by SYNGENTA 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM TRADE SHOW and
PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS CORE ON THE FLOOR 1 Credit Core
11:00 - 11:30 Proper Selection and Use of Backpack Sprayers:
Are You Getting the Most out of Your Sprayer?
T hursda y, Dec emb er 10 , 20 09 Dr. John Grande, Rutgers University
ALSO -- FREE FOOD AND DRINK ON THE FLOOR
Take your pick of three high qualty breakout sessions. There is
something for everybody this morning, and plenty of pesticide
applicator recertification credits too!
1:00 - 3:00 PM SPORTS FIELD MANAGERS
SESSION 1 Credit: 3B, 6B, 8C, PP2
7:00 - 10:00 AM GOLF SESSION 1:00 -1:30 Converting from Baseball-to-Soccer-to-Baseball at
5 Credits: 3B, 6B, 8C, PP2 TD Bank Park
Dan Purner, Somerset Patriots Baseball Club
7:00 - 8:15 Using Velocity to Reduce Your Poa Populations... 1:30 - 2:00 Controlling Excess Organic Matter Accumulation in
and What About Using it on Greens? Sports Fields
Dr. Stephen Hart, Rutgers University Dr. Al Turgeon, Penn State University
8:15 - 9:15 Successful Poa Management 2:00 - 2:30 Selecting Turfgrasses for Sports Fields in the
Dr. Al Turgeon, Penn State University Mid-Atlantic
9:15 - 9:45 What to do about Mixed-Species (Heinz 57) Melodee Fraser, Pure Seed Testing
2:30 - 3:00 What I Have Learned About Synthetic Turf
Fairways on Golf Courses: Eliminating Fairway
Ken Mathis, Brick Township
Ryegrass with Corsair, and an update on
Dr. Jim Murphy, Rutgers University
1:00 - 3:00 PM CORE SESSION 4 credits: Core
9:45 - 10:00 Discussions and Questions We end GREEN EXPO as we started it, with a packed session
specifically dedicated to issues related to maintaining your pesticide
applicators license. You asked for more core credits...here they are!
SPORTS FIELD SESSION
1:00 -2:00 NJDEP Regulatory Update
7:00 - 10:00 AM
Bruce Reimbold, NJ DEP
1 Credit: 13
7:00 - 8:00 Sports Field Managers Networking Roundtables 2:00 - 3:00 Getting the Best Out of Your Applications by
8:00 - 8:30 What Do I Need to Know about NJ DEP using Proper Chemistry, and by using
Category 13? Chemistry Properly
Rick Fletcher, Cleary Chemical Company
Bruce Reimbold, NJ DEP
8:30 - 9:30 Organic Management of Sports Fields
Dr. Jason Henderson, University of Connecticut # Returning by Popular Demand #
9:30 -10:00 Working with Contractors in a School Environment New Jersey Green Industry Council’s
Don Savard, CSFM, CGM, Salesianum School SILENT AUCTION at the Trade Show
Valuable products and golf opportunities donated by green
industry businesses will be available on the GREEN EXPO
Credits from GCSAA PDI, plus CT, DE, MD, NJ & PA Trade show floor. Your bidding at this silent auction will help
pesticide recertification credits support the NJGIC, who leads the legislative and regulatory
will be available, and NY has been applied initiatives that protect and benefit the green industry as a
for and is expected. whole. See Insert for more information.
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General Green Expo Information
S P O N S O R S
The New Jersey GREEN EXPO Turf and Landscape Conference
2009 continues the proud tradition as a “pacesetter” in the turfgrass
and landscape industry. This year’s NJ GREEN EXPO will be held
December 8,9, and 10, 2009 at the Trump Taj Mahal at Virginia (List at time of print)
Avenue and the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, NJ. Featuring an expand-
ed Trade Show in a modern state-of-the-art facility, NJ GREEN Aquatrols
EXPO 2009 will mark yet another step forward in response to the Bartlett Tree Experts
continued interest of registrants and exhibitors.
New Jersey GREEN EXPO Turf and Landscape Conference activi-
DuPont Professional Products
ties are committed to serving the interests and needs of the various
facets of the turfgrass and landscape industry, and represents the George E. Ley Company
combined efforts of the New Jersey Turfgrass Association, Rutgers
Cooperative Extension, SEBS (School of Environmental and
Grass Roots, Inc.
Biological Sciences), and other allied associations. The format of an Storr Tractor Company
Educational Conference combined with a Trade Show has provided
turfgrass, landscape and irrigation professionals “an excellent and Syngenta Professional Products
unequaled opportunity...not only to broaden their knowledge and SynaTek
expertise but also to stay abreast of recent developments in the
industry.” Tree Tech Inc.
HOTE L ROOM S AND PARK ING
Attendance at the education sessions and trade show is open to
anyone interested in better turf and landscaping, regardless of gen-
der, race, color, national origin, or handicap. Individuals with a turf- NJTA ROOM BLOCK: We have negotiated a limited
grass or landscaping and/or irrigation background and experience number of hotel rooms at the reduced conference rate of
should benefit most. Registration is required for attendance to all of $74.00 per room per night at Trump Taj Mahal.
the scheduled activities. Please note registration procedures.
Make reservations directly with the Trump Taj Mahal at
Education Program (800) 825-8888
Education sessions are designed to acquaint and update profes- Use Reservation Code: ANJTA09
sional turf managers, landscapers, and irrigation specialists with the
fundamental principles that underlie successful establishment and • Parking is available in the Trump Taj Mahal Parking Garage
management of turf and landscaping for golf courses, lawns, parks, We encourage you to book your hotel room today at the Taj.
cemeteries, school grounds, athletic fields, estates, sod farms, etc. The NJTA Room Block and Rate at the Taj is limited to first call,
Modern trends and developments pertaining to soil and water first reserve! Those who call after the deadline date may not be
management and selection and use of turfgrasses and ornamentals, able to be accommodated at the Taj Mahal.
identification of pests and pest problems, use of fertilizers and pesti-
cides, turfgrass management, landscaping and IPM will be topics The cut-off date for discounted rooms and
discussed in the educational sessions. Special emphasis is placed rates is November 13, 2009.
on recent developments in research. The program contains a wide Reservations made after this date are based on
range of topics to be discussed by highly qualified speakers. Topics space availability and prevailing hotel rates.
specifically related to pest identification, pesticides, and pesticide NO EXCEPTIONS CAN BE MADE AND NJ GREEN EXPO
application techniques are eligible for credit in fulfillment of require-
MANAGEMENT WILL NOT BE ABLE TO HELP!
ments toward Continuing Pesticide Applicator Certification. A repre-
sentative of the NJ DEP Office of Pesticide Control will be present
during the Education Program to provide the necessary forms for
Directions to the Taj Mahal, Atlantic City NJ
those registrants who wish to receive credit for attending sessions Follow major roadways - Interstate 295, the NJ Turnpike (Exit
eligible for continuing certification. Certain programs may be subject 3), or the Garden State Parkway (Exit 38) - to the Atlantic City
to change if unforeseen circumstances warrant the same. Expressway directly into Atlantic City. Turn left on Atlantic or
Pacific Avenue and follow to Pennsylvania Avenue. Follow the
LATECOMERS TO PROGRAMS signs to the Taj Mahal.
WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE
FOR PESTICIDE CEU CREDITS. Please contact us if you have any
special needs assistance.
R e g i s t e r O n l i n e o r C a l l f o r M o r e I n f o r m a t i o n
www.njturfgrass.org • (973) 812-6467
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Registration and fees Information
Early pre-registration is open. You can also obtain a copy of the Early Registrations will not be accepted after
registration form online at www.njturfgrass.org and even reg- November 13, 2009. After this date, you must register on-
ister online. Individuals who pre-register will take advantage of
site at the Trump Taj Mahal on December 8, 9, or 10, and
registration fees will increase.
a reduced registration fee and avoid delays at the Registration TRADE SHOW ONLY badges
Desk. Use the form included with this brochure. will NOT be honored at education sessions.
GREEN EXPO REGISTRATION FEES
Early Registration Cut-off Date: November 13, 2009 • After this date, registration fees will increase.
CANCELLATIONS must be received in writing prior to Nov 13, 2009 and will be assessed a $50 processing fee.
We regret that NO REFUNDS will be granted after November 13, 2009. NO Trade Show on Tuesday.
NJTA Member Non-Member
3 Day FULL Education, Trade Show, Food (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) $200 $280*
NO Trade Show on Tuesday. *Non-Member Fee Includes 2010 Membership
2 Day FULL Education, Trade Show, Food (Which days? / Tues / Weds / Thurs) $150 $200
NO Trade Show on Tuesday.
1 Day FULL Education, Trade Show, Food (Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday) $100 $125
NO Trade Show on Tuesday.
Spouse Badge (Entire Event) $ 50 $ 75
TRADE SHOW ONLY (One Day - Weds or Thursday) $ 50 $ 50
NO Trade Show on Tuesday (Both Days - Weds & Thursday - SAVE!) $ 90 $ 90
E X H I B I T I N G C O M P A N I E S
Includes Food at Trade Show and Core Session on TS floor
AER-Core Inc. Maser Consulting P.A.
(List is current at time of print)
Aquarius Supply National Seed
Aquatrols New Jersey Green Industry Council
Arysta LifeScience New Jersey Turfgrass Association
Astec Underground North Atlantic Northern Nurseries
BASF Ocean County Utilities Authority / Oceangro
Bayer Environmental Science Plant Food Company
Bobcat of North Jersey & Mid-Hudson Reed & Perrine
C & S Turfcare Equipment Rutgers Cooperative Ext. & Continuing Ed.
Carbtrol Corporation Salsco Inc.
Cleary Chemical Company
Seeton Turf Warehouse, LLC
Coombs Sod Farms, LLC
DuPont Professional Products Sports Field Managers Association of New Jersey
East Coast Sod & Seed Sports & Golf Solutions
Fisher and Son Storr Tractor Company
F. M Browns Sons Inc. Stull Equipment Company
Golf Course Superintendents Association of New Jersey Syngenta Professional Products
George E. Ley Companies SynaTek
Grass Roots, Inc. The Viersma Companies
Irrigation Association of New Jersey
U.S Silica Company
Vic Gerard Golf Cars
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2009 SPEAKERS AND DIGNITARIES
KEYNOTE SPEAKER Deputy Speaker
KEVIN COOK John
Author of Wisniewski
Tommy’s Honor NJ Assembly
Not all speakers are Dr. Stacy Bonos
here...just a few you Rutgers University
know and Tuesday
some you may not.
Dr. Bruce Clarke
GREEN EXPO dedicated to
Dr. C. Reed Funk
Rutgers University Dr. William Meyer
Dr. Albrecht Koppenhöfer Wednesday
Wednesday & Thursday
Dr. Stephen Hart
Tues, Weds, & Thurs Dr. Jim Murphy
USGA Green Section Dr. Al Turgeon
Tuesday Penn State University
New Jersey GREEN EXPO: Ph: (973) 812-6467 • Fax: (973) 812-6529 • Web: www.njturfgrass.org