“One of the main reasons we wanted to give this a shot,” he says, “was so we could know—and they could know—how wet the field is at any given time. We’re still trying to establish the baseline for what’s okay and what’s too wet to play. That’s what we’re working toward.” – Josh Glover
Mike Kerns, Director of Grounds for the Trenton Thunder, has had to be creative and flexible to navigate an intense and uncertain year. Spiio sensors help him make smart irrigation and fungicide decisions that keep his field ready for whatever is coming next.
Kent Harris has been in the irrigation industry since he was 16. Now, as manager of Minnesota Sodding Company, he looks for ways to revolutionize the way turfgrass water management is done. The Spiio, a smart turf sensor, is helping him do just that.