How to get the best from your Bent overseeding programme
Delivering fast, attractive, highly resilient putting surfaces with increased rounds and greater player satisfaction – all with reduced chemical inputs and costs – it’s no wonder in recent years that Colonial Browntop Bent grass (Agrostis capillaris) has seen a resurgence in popularity for golf greens. However, increasing Bent populations doesn’t happen overnight. Some careful consideration of mechanical and nutritional approaches is required to maximise the efficiency of a bent overseeding programme. Northern Regional Technical Manager for DLF & Johnsons Sports Seeds Stuart Yarwood explores.
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Johnsons delivers more than just a Premier Wicket for Ageas Bowl
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A summer of top football on championship turf
When Europe's 24 qualifier teams will entertain millions of football fans worldwide at this summer's football tournament round Europe, the hopes and dreams of an entire continent rest on the performance of the turf. DLF's top-ranking sports grasses won't let the fans down.