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Bio Liquid Fertilisers- their role in Performance Bowls Greens

I often mention that for a Performance Bowling Green, you should be using Bio Liquid Fertilisers and in an earlier article I briefly discussed some of the key characteristics exhibited by what I would term a Performance Green and these were: A green that performs well from the get go every year. A green that is consistent …

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Supa Yucca – Biostimulant and Wetting Agent (5L)

wetting agent
  • Supa Yucca breaks down the waxy coating that prevents water from entering the plant in the same way as conventional wetting agents
  • Supa Yucca is a sugar based surfactant that also stimulates soil microbes and amplifies the effect of your programme to increase the health of your soil
  • May be tank mixed with biostimulants, liquid fertilisers & trace elements
  • Non-phytotoxic

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Supa Yucca – Biostimulant and Wetting Agent (1L)

Wetting Agent
  • Supa Yucca breaks down the waxy coating that prevents water from entering the plant in the same way as conventional wetting agents
  • Supa Yucca is a sugar based surfactant that also stimulates soil microbes and amplifies the effect of your programme to increase the health of your soil
  • May be tank mixed with biostimulants, liquid fertilisers & trace elements
  • Non-phytotoxic

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BioBooster Organic 6.2.4 (10L)

BioBooster Organic 624
  • High performance plant and soil nutrients and biostimulants
  • Rapid assimilation through roots and shoots
  • Stimulates photosynthesis and carbohydrate production
  • Aids germination and survival of young grass
  • Rich in proteins and amino acids to feed soil fungi for fine grass growth and thatch degradation
  • Low salt index. Ideal for use with high conductivity water and soils

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BioBooster Organic 3.0.8 (10L)

BioBooster Organic 308
  • High performance plant and soil nutrients and biostimulants
  • Rapid assimilation through roots and shoots
  • Stimulates photosynthesis and carbohydrate production
  • Aids germination and survival of young grass
  • Rich in proteins and amino acids to feed soil fungi for fine grass growth and thatch degradation
  • Low salt index. Ideal for use with high conductivity water and soils

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BioBooster Fish Hydrolysate (10L)

Fish Hydrolysate 10L
  • High performance plant and soil nutrient
  • Rapid assimilation through roots and shoots, ideal spring starter
  • Stimulates photosynthesis and carbohydrate production
  • Aids germination and survival of young plants
  • Rich in proteins to feed soil fungi for fine grass growth and thatch degradation
  • May be used as a total fertiliser or a biostimulant
  • Contains growth promoters and trace elements

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Bowls Green Maintenance Basics-Green Speed

The great debate about green speed has raged on since the beginning of the game. But what are the factors known to affect green speed? In order of their impact on green speed these are the top 7 factors that you should bear in mind. Obviously there are others such as weather patterns, level of …

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MycoGro Granular 11.2.14 + 3%Mg (20kg)

MycoGro Fertilisers
  • A total fertiliser package with soil fungi, bacteria, mycorrhizae, zeolite, molasses and seaweed meal for an excellent, healthy, sward
  • Promotes establishment of fescue, bent and rye grasses
  • Mycorrhizae improve root mass and increase nutrient uptake
  • Increases plant tolerance to drought and stress conditions
  • Faster grow-in and establishment of new grass seeds
  • Healthy grass growing in a microbially active root zone is less susceptible to and recovers faster from disease

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Mycorrhizal fungi and turf health, better bowling greens rely on us understanding this.

Mycorrhizal fungi and turf health

Mycorrhizal fungi and turf health go hand in hand. The symbiotic relationships that exist between our turf grass plants and soil fungi are critical to producing a high performance, perennial grass dominated sward. Here we look at the benefits of mycorrhizal relationships in turf and the techniques greenkeepers can employ to encourage them.

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