Cabrio Ultra Fine Ryegrass has once again been announced as the number one variety in the BSPB’s Series L Table 1 for perennial ryegrasses in 2018.
Grass seed and turf care specialists, Germinal, will be showcasing its latest greens-specific seed mixture at the BTME show in Harrogate from 23rd to 25th January 2018.
Visual artists, Ackroyd and Harvey, have created their latest grass art installation, a gravity-defying wall of living grass, in Aarhus, Denmark, as part of the ARoS Aarhus Art Museum’s ‘The Present and The Future’ exhibition.
Amenity grass seed specialist Germinal is to establish its own research station to spearhead a new programme of trials and development work geared to helping UK groundsmen, greenkeepers, turf growers and landscape architects get the very best from their amenity and sports areas.
Grass seed and turf care specialists, Germinal, will be showcasing Cabrio, its latest ultra-fine perennial ryegrass cultivar for cricket pitches and tennis lawns, at this year’s SALTEX show.
Germinal has added a new greens-specific blend to its range of golf seed mixtures: designed specifically for use on soil or sand based golf greens, FOREFRONT GREENS is made up of three separate bentgrass varieties, all of which have been selected to offer increased wear and heat tolerance, vigorous growth and good all-round disease resistance for hard-working, modern golf greens.
An all-new range of advanced granular fertilisers, which uses two slow release sources of nitrogen to provide a phased-release over a 16-week period from one application, has been launched by COMPO EXPERT.
Germinal has updated its Grade A perennial ryegrass seed mixture for cricket squares, tennis courts and golf tees by upping the percentage of Cabrio Ultra Fine Ryegrass to give even greater fineness of leaf.
Germinal has relaunched its best-selling sports pitch seed mixture, A20 Premier Ryesport, with the inclusion of Eurosport perennial ryegrass.
With this year’s wet and warm winter weather creating the perfect conditions for turf diseases such as fusarium, snow mould and anthracnose to thrive, maintaining healthy rhizosphere conditions is the first step in preventing infections from detracting from turf performance and appearance.