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  1. Germinal launches leading new bentgrass mixture

    Germinal launches leading new bentgrass mixture

    Germinal has launched an all-new grass seed mixture designed specifically for golf greens. ‘Tour Leader’ – a 50:50 blend of 007 DSB and new cultivar Tour Pro (GDE) – is a landmark in the evolution of creeping bentgrass products: this exceptional blend sets the bar high with unrivaled performance, seasonal adaptability, high disease resistance and vivid colour retention.
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  2. Off-the-shelf cricket square renovation package

    Off-the-shelf cricket square renovation package

    We are pleased to announce we have added to our range of off-the-shelf grass seed and fertiliser bundles. We have developed a new package of products aimed at simplifying the process of selecting and purchasing the relevant inputs to renovate cricket squares.
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  3. Off-the-shelf bowling green renovation package

    Off-the-shelf bowling green renovation package

    We are delighted to announce that we have added to our range of off-the-shelf grass seed and fertiliser bundles. We have curated a new package of products aimed at simplifying the process of selecting and purchasing the relevant inputs to renovate bowling greens.
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  4. What type of grass seed should I use for my bowling green?

    What type of grass seed should I use for my bowling green?

    Bowling green grass seed mixtures have traditionally comprised a blend of browntop bentgrasses and fescues, with Germinal’s A1 Professional Bowls (80% Chewings fescue and 20% browntop bentgrass) a prime example of this type of mixture: this blend of fescues and bentgrasses works perfectly together to provide the very fine playing surface required on bowling greens and is ideal for use during end of season renovations.
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  5. Is your pitch cracking up in the heat?

    Is your pitch cracking up in the heat?

    Extensive periods of dry weather can cause crack-damaged soils to be a major issue, especially on sports pitches where irrigation isn’t available. Not only will this drought-induced damage cause the playing surface to become uneven, unplayable, and potentially dangerous, it can also be aesthetically unsightly and therefore damaging to a club or groundsman’s reputation.
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  6. How do I control moss in fine mown turf?

    How do I control moss in fine mown turf?

    Mosses are primitive plants that are known collectively as bryophytes. These non-flowering plants are found in a wide range of habitats – including within fine mown turf swards – and consist of a slender, soft and fleshy stem, green or brown leaves and slender roots called rhizoids which absorb water and anchor the plant.
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