Longtime Farm Links Golf Club director of agronomy will serve as Aqua-Aid’s director of business development.
Aqua-Aid, Inc. recently announced that Mark Langner, CGCS, will be joining its team as director of business development.
Langner has been the director of agronomy at Farm Links Golf Club in Sylacauga, Ala., for the past 12 years. During his tenure at Farm Links, Mark has been involved in hosting over 10,000 turf managers from around the United States as well as the world.
“Aqua-Aid has many moving parts, achieving tremendous growth over the past few years with our surfactants, Verde-Cal and the Campey Imants line of equipment.” Aqua-Aid COO Sam Green said. “Mark’s unique background and his experience managing a variety of grasses in a research surrounding will be a huge benefit to our distributors and end users around the world for all aspects of our business. We look forward to Mark utilizing his knowledge and experience to continue to grow our portfolio.”
Langner added: “I have been so fortunate to have had the opportunity to work for Pursell Farms. Having shared turfgrass management ideas/solutions with others in the industry while at F arm Links, I look forward to sharing my experiences and seeking solutions with turf managers in their environs. Aqua-Aid has delivered quality products to the turf industry for 30 years allowing turf managers to overcome obstacles and challenges with solutions based on agronomic soundness. My goal is to share these solutions for improved turf quality throughout the industry. The criteria I followed in this decision mirrored all my career paths to this point. The last three positions I have held have been for companies that shared a common belief in Jesus Christ, they were family owned, and all of them were visionary and unique to the industry. “
Aqua-Aid, Inc. is the parent company for Aqua-Aid surfactants, Verde-Cal calcium and potassium products, and North American importer for the Campey Imants turf equipment. In business for more than a quarter century Aqua-Aid specializes in providing Common Sense Solutions for an array of agronomic problems.