Only the complete range offered from DLF is good enough for Goodwood
The Goodwood Estate relies on mixtures from across the DLF Seeds portfolio to deliver results site-wide. With a remit including two 18-hole golf courses, a cricket ground, gardens, an airfield, a racecourse and a motor circuit, General Manager of Sports Turf & Grounds, Phil Helmn, is certainly kept busy with such a momentous breadth of surfaces to prepare.
DLF Seeds is to acquire PGG Wrightson Seeds
PGG Wrightson Ltd and DLF Seeds A/S have reached an agreement for DLF to acquire PGG Wrightson Seeds. The transaction remains subject to regulatory approvals. PPG Wrightson Seeds is international market leader in the Southern Hemisphere within forage and turf seeds, with activities in New Zealand, Australia, Uruguay, Argentina and Brazil.
DLF Seeds & Science sponsor international turf summit
DLF are proud to sponsor the 2018 turf business summit. As global leaders in grass seed genetics and seed coat technology we are delighted to align ourselves with the key influencers in the professional amenity market. Supporting the sports turf industry through sponsorship and research is key to the DLF product development program. It is through close relationships with the industry’s leading associations, turf managers, and consultants that we are able to bring innovative high performance natural turf solutions to our customers across the globe.”
DLF mixtures provide solution to Cricket wickets and outfields at Kings School, Gloucester
A ‘historic and inspirational cathedral setting’ provides the backdrop for studies to the pupils at The King’s School, Gloucester. In charge of maintaining the 3 hectares of gardens and sports grounds across multiple sites is Head Groundsman Richard Bowman. When he re-joined the school for his second stint in 2011, having originally started as an apprentice in 1999, he made the switch to seed from DLFs’ Johnsons Sports Seed and Masterline ranges which looks to be a decision set to stay