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  1. Eurosport off the bench in enhanced A20 squad

    Eurosport off the bench in enhanced A20 squad

    Germinal has relaunched its best–selling sports pitch seed mixture, A20 Premier Ryesport, with the inclusion of Eurosport perennial ryegrass. Eurosport joins the A20 line–up in place of Cadix and Promotor, with users of the new seed mixture set to benefit from improved fineness of leaf, live ground cover, stronger recovery and better visual merit.
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  2. Wet and warm winter weather disease warning for turf professionals

    Wet and warm winter weather disease warning for turf professionals

    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.
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  3. Chart–topping fineness of leaf and free fertiliser appraisals from Germinal

    Chart–topping fineness of leaf and free fertiliser appraisals from Germinal

    Grass seed and turf care specialists, Germinal, will be challenging greenkeepers to scrutinise the nitrogen efficiency of their existing sward nutrient programmes with a free fertiliser appraisal at this year’s BTME show. The company will also be showcasing its latest perennial ryegrass cultivar which has topped the Turfgrass Seed booklet’s 2017 Series L list with a fineness of leaf score of 8.8.
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  4. Green space cultivar and nutrient focus at Saltex

    Green space cultivar and nutrient focus at Saltex

    Turf care specialists, Germinal, will this year be focusing on two key areas of green space maintenance at this year’s Saltex exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham on 2nd and 3rd November: maintaining a healthy soil profile through the use of self–sustaining cultivars, and examining the efficiency of soil nutrient programmes.
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  5. Growing artwork helps to raise climate concerns

    Growing artwork helps to raise climate concerns

    The living curtain of seedling grass was used to frame a tree during the opening week of December at the climate convention in Paris, where the aim was to raise awareness of the urban heat island effect and to change preconceptions about how we regard plants and trees beyond their more immediate amenity and ecosystem services. The grass was grown...
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