DryJect, patented technology for soil aeration of sports fields and landscaped areas, has updated its Web site to include information about the benefits of aeration as well as a “one-hour challenge.” The one-hour video demonstrates how the DryJect service works on a 6,200-square-foot golf green, which DryJect aerates, amends and makes playable in one hour.
Visitors to the site can view the video to see how the technology works and watch the DryJect machine in action. According to DryJect, the service saves grounds managers time and money because DryJect service technicians provide deep aeration while topdressing and amending the soil in one pass. The site also includes case studies of the golf courses and sports fields that have used DryJect, as well as information on how to schedule a DryJect demonstration.
Joe Betulius, Profile’s vice president of sales, says the new site is a convenient, valuable tool. “With the site’s easy-to-navigate features and effective design, visitors will quickly understand the agronomic advantages this service can offer any turf management program,” Betulius says.