The dedicated NZTMS Turf Research and Trial Facility is close to completion, despite the best efforts of the fickle spring weather. We have 1000m2 of 100mm deep sand carpet in place and just leveling up a further 1000m2 of topsoiled material in the foreground. Soon we will install isolated cells so we can measure the specific performance of factors such as leachate, plant health and profile performance over a wide range of innovations and treatments.
NZTMS Site Specific Ecological and Site Biodiversity Reporting
We are able to provide golf courses throughout New Zealand with ecological-related services that include:
- Detailed site ecological and habitat reports
- Educational presentations and workshops
- Site specific habitat management plans and recommendations
- Practical guidelines that optimise the ecological value of the site
NZTMS has appropriately qualified staff to provide golf courses with a wide range of golf course specific habitat and ecological management services. We have developed a bespoke (in-house) golf course ecological audit programme that objectively identifies the current and potential environmental value of each site.
NZTMS has been Project Managing the installation of a new multi use Synthetic Turf Field at the Palmerston North CETA Stadium venue.
It's a project that has been installed by FieldturfNZ and will deliver a year-round playing surface that is FIFA and IRB accredited. This project also includes the first installation of the pitch monitoring system: 'Intelligent Play' in New Zealand.
The flash new NZTMS R&D Turf facility is currently being constructed. This platform covers an area of approximately 2,500 sq. m. and will comprise of a laser levelled platform, with fully operational drainage system and automated (valve-in-head) irrigation. The design of the platform will incorporate areas of sand carpet as well as soil-based zones that mean NZTMS will be perfectly placed to provide clients with independent and scientifically robust turf-related trials in a discreet and unobserved rural environment.