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Liquid NK 20.0.10 + Seaweed/Humic Acid

Liquid NK 20.0.10

EASY TO APPLY, readily available nutrients with Biostimulants for all heavily used sports turf

Liquid fertilisers allow you to reduce and fine tune your nutrient inputs throughout the growing season.

Liquid NK contains seaweed and humic acid as a biostimulant to help nutrient uptake into the plant. They also feed the bacteria and fungi which form the foundation of the soil food web.

Application rate: 3 litres in at least 60 litres of water for a bowling green (1500m2) application, or as advised in your Bowls Central Green maintenance programme.



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Caviar Granular Greens Grade Organic Soil Conditioner 10.0.4 (20kg)

Caviar Granular Molasses
  • Easy to spread organically sourced slow release fertiliser – 2-4 mm granules
  • Manufactured from Soluble Condensed Molasses
  • Organic Matter 45% - Fulvic Acid 25% - Amino Acids 11.5%
  • Excellent Low Light Cool Season Fertiliser

A 10-0-4 LOW SALT ORGANIC GRANULE containing slow release nutrients, fulvic and humic acids and amino acids combining slow release nutrition with excellent biostimulant and soil building properties. BENEFITS BIOLOGICAL

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How to painlessly transform greens from Poa annua to bent/fescue

Transitioning your green from Poa annua to bent/fescue is not only critical to achieving a Performance Bowling Green, but is actually a realistic goal. The spongy, soft turf associated with annual meadow grass is less than ideal for bowls. Common wisdom says that this can't be done without major disruption and that even after it is achieved it wont last. This article explains in detail how to undertake the transition of your green from Poa annua to bent/fescue turf and dispels the myths about stressing Poa. This is the way to change your green permanently and without fuss. It will also save your club money on maintenance, so what's not to like?

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Add humus to bowling greens with HumiGranule (16kg)

HumiGranule You can now add humus to bowling greens
You can now add humus to bowling greens and sports pitches easily to help counteract the problems caused by excess sand in the rootzone..
80% Humus in an easy to apply granular form.
Natural soil amendment rich in humic acids. Helps to re-build soil health in high sand rootzones.
HumiGranule™ is granulated using naturally occurring material that is extremely rich in humic substances. It contains both humic and fulvic acids.

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BioActive Formula Green (10 Litre)

Formula Green

This homogenised blend of plant (inc. algae & fungi) extracts with a few low salt additives provide the base for your natural greenkeeping programme or a superb tonic for any sports turf area.

Contains the benefits of: Angus FeN, BioActive TE, BioActive MolTurf®, BioActive Seaweed, Angus Humic & Fulvic Acids and Angus Amino Acids

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BioActive RZ, Rootzone Improver (20kg)

BioActive RZ Rootzone Improver
Balanced consortium of mycorrhizae fungi in root zone. Increased mineral nutrient uptake, increased plant stress tolerance, pest and disease resistance.

BioActive RZ™ combines beneficial microbes with a vegetable based source of continuous release micro-nutrients, trace minerals, fulvic and humic acids.

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Compost Tea, what is it and what can it do for your bowling green?

Compost Tea Category

Compost tea is a specially home brewed spray that will boost the microbe population in your bowling green, allowing you to encourage the finer grasses and combat dry patch, disease and thatch, naturally and effectively.
After studying this subject I can say that compost tea is an essential addition to the Performance Bowling Greens Program. Regular use of compost tea can significantly boost soil microbial activity and helps to make better use of fertiliser inputs. Correct formulation of the mixture during brewing will increase the dominance of the fine perennial grasses in the green sward.
By using compost teas, greenkeepers can reverse decades of damage caused by inorganic fertilisers, pesticides and excessive sand top-dressing.

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