Technical Updates

Latest technical updates from the team at Agrovista Amenity

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Nitrogen Overview

23/12/2019

Nitrogen Overview

Nitrogen is one of the most important nutrients that grasses need to sustain healthy...

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Phophorus Overview

22/12/2019

Phophorus Overview

Phosphorus is an important requirement of many plant compounds that are essential for growth.

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Potassium Overview

19/12/2019

Potassium Overview

Potassium is an essential component of plant nutrition. Potassium deficient plants are known to be less resistant to plant diseases.

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Essential guide to fungicides

18/12/2019

Essential guide to fungicides

The availability of active ingredients and commercially available products for use on amenity turf is changing at a rapid pace.

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Cap Fungi – Mushrooms and Toadstools

09/12/2015

Cap Fungi – Mushrooms and Toadstools

Autumn is often referred to as the ‘season of mists and mellow fruitfulness’ and each year it can bring back the problems caused by fungi on turf.

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Another One Bites the Dust...

09/09/2015

Another One Bites the Dust...

This spring we learnt of the loss to the Amenity market of the insecticide chlorpyrifos, currently used to prevent damage to turf on sports and recreational turf.

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Grandpa's Last Rites

26/06/2015

Grandpa's Last Rites

A wind of change is on the way towards the end of this year, for those who apply professional plant protection products (PPP’s) approved by the government.

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Rosate Green Technical Update

17/03/2015

Rosate Green Technical Update

Rosate Green is one of a new generation of glyphosate formulations exhibiting high levels of safety to humans and animals and to the environment.

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Common pests in the UK: Chafer Grubs

12/02/2015

Common pests in the UK: Chafer Grubs

This article explores the life cycle and potential control methods of Chafer grubs, the larvae of the chafer beetle, which are a fairly common pest of turf in Britain.

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