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TurfPath

 

 
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5/5


User Rating
12 total ratings

 

Positives


FREE app that provides the most extensive resource of turf pests through descriptions, photos and videos. Post questions to turf professionals. Integrates with Twitter and Facebook. Map updates.

Negatives


Twitter and Facebook integration to be more intuitive.


Bottom Line

If you are managing turf, this is a MUST have app for you….PERIOD! Turfpath will bring a world wide network of turf professionals to the palm of your hand.

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Posted July 16, 2013 by

 
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Turfpath is a powerful turfgrass resource built by turf professionals to be used by anyone from the average weekend lawn warrior to professional turfgrass managers.  Turfpath has an extensive library of pests consisting of images, videos and descriptions.  The focus of Turfpath are the users, it is the community aspect that makes this app so powerful.  See what your piers are dealing with, receive disease updates from the field or submit photos of your turf concerns.  Turfpath has brought social media to turf pest problem solving.

Other industries have turned to crowd sourcing for gathering intel and in an industry so tightly knit, it only made sense to incorporate the community aspect into turf pest problem solving.  This app has brought a world wide network of turf mangers and their knowledge to the palm of your hand.  I regularly check in on the Turfpath community and it is easy to see why so many have turned to using this app to help them in their daily grind.  Turfpath should be on every turf managers tool belt.

Turfpath - John Kaminski

Android app on Google Play


Greensuper

 
Greensuper
Founder of iTurf Apps, the Top Tech Resource for the Turfgrass Professional. CEO of Turf Republic, the most comprehensive, far-reaching turf industry community in the world; finally a place we can call home! Turf Republic is first and foremost a community for those interested in the news, research, technology, education and careers of the turfgrass industry... and it's FREE!


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