Headland Amenity: Non-pesticidal disease management

Headland Amenity: Non-pesticidal disease management

The withdrawal of some turf fungicides has made it essential that greenkeepers look for ways to minimise plant disease by using other strategies.

Producing a strong and healthy grass plant is more likely to make it difficult for disease to take hold and Headland Amenity will be focussing on this approach at BTME 2018.

Headland’s Technical Support Team will be on hand to discuss disease management that has been trialled, researched and proven to benefit turf managers.

It is not new ground for Headland. For over 10 years the company has carried out product trials at the STRI, to evaluate and design a proven approach to limit disease using non-pesticidal products that enhance plant health.

The research supported the introduction of Headland’s ‘20-20-30’ tank-mix of plant protectants and elicitors - namely Seamac ProTurf, Liquid Turf Hardener and Turfite - a unique combination of nutrients working together to strengthen the plant against disease.

More than 140 exhibitors will be in attendance at BTME 2018, from 23-25 January.

Taking place at the Harrogate Convention Centre in North Yorkshire, the leading names in the turf management industry will be showcasing their latest products and innovations.

Alongside Continue to Learn and GolfBIC, BTME 2018 is set to be the largest turf management exhibition in Europe.

Make sure you don’t miss out by registering now on the BTME website.