- Fungi convert thatch, dead moss and grass clippings to humus
- Bacteria solubilise and retain nutrients
- Assists germination
- Creates the biology needed for perennial grass growth
The thatch dilution delusion...discuss. Can thatch be diluted? If so, is there any benefit in doing so? As with many aspects of modern greenkeeping that have been accepted as fact without evidence, the claims for top-dressing's ability to dilute thatch fly in the face of the science.
- Degrades thatch and increases nutrient uptake into the plant
- Guaranteed Results
- Improves surface drainage giving a firmer playing surface
- Released nutrients encourage root development, not disease
- Increases turf vigour and wear resistance
- Promotes better root development and sward density
- Helps prevent black layer and increases the benefits of aeration
- Releases food for fungi to help promote fine grasses
To reduce thatch on all heavily used sports turf.
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How to Generate Natural (and free) Fertiliser for your Bowling Green using your own home brewed Compost Tea Compost Tea is a natural and inexpensive turf treatment, that you make yourself, turns thatch into free fertiliser and improves the health of your soil. Improve your Green and save your money Greenkeepers everywhere are brewing and applying …