About the Plant Health Academy
The objective of the Healthy Turf, Healthy Tomorrow Plant Health Academy is to provide golf course superintendents with opportunities to learn more about innovative plant health research and practices for the benefit of their facilities, individual careers and the industry.
Attendees will receive instruction on a wide range of topics related to plant health, including how to measure plant health and its benefits, available treatments and preventive products, and issues such as nutrient, water and pest management.
The Plant Health Academy offers two two-and-a-half-day education and training sessions for golf course superintendents. The sessions will be held at the GCSAA headquarters in Lawrence, Kan., March 3-5, 2014, and at the Bayer Development and Training Center in Clayton, N.C., Sept. 24-26, 2014.
Twelve superintendents will be selected based on merit to participate in the Academy, with travel, accommodations and meals paid for by the Healthy Turf, Healthy Tomorrow program.
To be considered, superintendents must complete the application and respond to two essay questions.
2014 Selection Committee
John R. Fulling, CGCS
GCSAA Scholarship Committee Chairman
Bill H. Maynard, CGCS
GCSAA Scholarship Committee Vice Chairman
Scott Welge, Bayer
Head of Turf & Ornamental Marketing
Laurence Mudge, Bayer
Green Solutions Team Manager
Please complete the application below and respond to both essay questions. Responses will be evaluated based on how clearly they demonstrate your commitment to plant health and the future of the industry. Open to U.S. residents only.
All fields are required for submission.