WAUKEGAN, ILL. (January 25, 2022) – Doug Hubble has joined the Precision Laboratories Team as the Business Manager in Canada.
In this position, Hubble will be accountable for customer relationships and regulatoryrequirements in Canada. With multiple business units, product lines and functional responsibilities, he will work closely with the Senior Leadership Team to design, implement and manage the Precision Laboratories strategy within Canada.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (August 11, 2021) – Precision Laboratories is expanding turf and ornamental product availability in KSA (the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) through a new partnership with TASCO (Technical Agriculture Solutions Co). TASCO will be the sole distributor of Precision products in the KSA market.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (October 21, 2019) – Turf, ornamental and aquatics professionals now have a more environmentally-friendly option that optimizes the performance of tank-mix partners. Precision Laboratories introduces Pen-A-Trate ECO, an OMRI-certified, nonionic surfactant, drift reduction agent, and deposition aid.
This unique formulation maximizes performance with drift reduction technology that ensures spray applications stay on target, maximizing droplet spread and retention. Additionally, Pen-A-Trate ECO is approved for use in and around aquatic areas. The high-surfactant load also provides improved performance for turf and ornamental spray mixes.
WAUKEGAN, ILL. (May 13, 2019) – Professional turf and ornamental applicators in California can now improve the effectiveness of their spray applications while stewarding the environment. Border 2.0 helps ensure that more of the spray solution reaches its target and is retained on the leaf surface.
“We are excited to introduce Border 2.0 into the California market because it allows spray applicators to achieve a high-level of spray efficacy by helping them control their spray droplets,” says Justin Olmstead, Turf Product Manager at Precision.
WAUKEGAN, Ill. (January 11, 2019) – Precision Laboratories is releasing a new video series of “Precision Tips.” These short videos focus on Precision turf products that users often have questions about. The videos are designed to demonstrate product use and to offer tips on how to maximize benefits to the end user.
“We get quite a few phone calls asking questions about our products,” explains Justin Olmstead, Turf Product Manager at Precision. “The goal is for these videos to answer some of those frequently asked questions and help superintendents and sports turf managers use our products more effectively.”
Waukegan, Ill. (July 29, 2014)- Recognized as a Distinguished Emerald Club of the World, Orchid Island's award winning Arnold Palmer championship golf course has an exceptional layout all set to the beautiful backdrop of historic oak trees, superior grasses and lush landscaping. Superintendent Matthew Boyd describes how he manages the challenges of keeping a pristine golf course for its 350 members that play about 20,000 rounds a year.
Waukegan, Illinois (October 23, 2013) – Growers, retailers, golf course superintendents and other users of Precision Laboratories’ product solutions now have an opportunity online to share and submit their user experiences and provide peer feedback. Through the online testimonial submission form now live at www.precisionlab.com/testimonial, users can share their stories of how Precision Laboratories products help increase efficiency and performance in their operations.
Every year, northern golfers head south in search of green playing surfaces. Overseeding bermudagrass with a cool season turf, such as ryegrass, provides golfers with green turf, but at a cost.
Waukegan, Illinois (August 1, 2013) – Precision Laboratories, a leading provider of specialized chemistries for plants, seeds, soil and water, has introduced Soil Surfactants, an educational iBook available for free on the iBookstore for iPad.
(July 16, 2013) - Brian Peters, GCSAA class A regional superintendent for Traditional Golf Properties, recently established a non-profit charity called “Adventurers for Special Needs” (AFSN). Peters started this charity to help fund schools like the Frankie Lemmon School, located in Raleigh, N.C., to benefit children with special needs. This organization was specifically chosen because his son, Cameron Peters, was a student at the school. The AFSN website is http://www.adventurers4specialneeds.com.