Info to Grow


BRANDT's Info to Grow is a podcast series that shares the knowledge and insights about all things agronomy from our plant health experts. Whether you're a grower, retailer, crop advisor, turf superintendent or just have an interest in new plant health technology this podcast will discuss the problems and solutions that matter most.



Episode 5


About the Episode

In this episode, we talk with Rob Torri from Orange Tree Golf Club in Orlando, Florida and BRANDT’s Dr. Gordon Kauffman, III. Listen in as we learn about the club’s history, how they have adjusted during COVID and tips for keeping turf healthy during summer stress.






Episode 4


About the Episode

In this episode of Info to Grow, BRANDT’s Technical Manager, Dr. Gordon Kauffmann, III discusses some of the challenges courses are facing this summer and how foliar nutrition can help. Tune in as he breaks down the basic science behind different foliar nutrient chemistries and learn how to get the most from your sprays.

Episode 3

About the Episode

The summer months are officially here and many growers are starting to plan and make foliar applications. Andrew Pedersen, one of BRANDT’s Research Agronomists, shares his insights on the benefits of foliars and tips for success.

Episode 2


About the Episode

COVID-19 has presented additional challenges to golf courses and superintendents. BRANDT Technical Manager for Turf & Ornamentals, Gordon Kauffman, discusses tactics that may help golf courses stay in shape during these uncertain times. He also shares his insights and strategies to help prepare turrgrass for the upcoming summer months.

Episode 1

About the Episode

We hear from BRANDT’s Director of Discovery & Innovation, Brian Haschemeyer, on what growers can be doing to start their planting season off right. Brian and his team have developed a new enzyme technology that boosts soil health and activity, to get crops off to a strong start . We breakdown the science on how these enzymes work and how the world’s top corn and soybean producers are using them to push yield.