Beautifully green lawns, parks or along the paths everyone would like to have. However, not everyone wants to spend time time and/or money for proper maintenance.
In 2018 and 2019 Pireco carried out various tests of its new product for nutrition and plant protection focused for genus of Buxus plants.
The PRP Explorer 21 biostimulant, which is deposited in the soil during sowing, helps to develop the roots of plant sprouts and contributes to the achievement of these objectives without contamination of groundwater.
Pireco was active mainly in the field of agriculture after its founding.
In 2016, a study was conducted on the impact of controlled nutrient release fertilisers (CRF) on golf lawns, which summarised the findings of field trials carried out at 15 fairways of the Royal Curragh Golf Club in Ireland.
Mivena is a Dutch fertilizer producer operating for 10 years in more than 25 almost in European countries.
Since 2005, Barenbrug has been testing various monocultures and mixtures for golf greens in several parts of Europe.
ADAM – zahradnická, a. s. entered the Czech market with ornamental plant material and grass seeds in 1998 as the successor to EDEN, s.r.o. and Trees for the Heart of Europe, s.r.o. Today, after twenty years of professional, systematic and patient work, it is one of the most important suppliers not only of plants, but also of grass seeds and fertilizers in the Czech Republic and abroad. Twenty years is a substantial part of life and work, which is why we decided to talk to its product manager and board member Zdeněk Kadrnožka.
RPR - Regenerating perennial ryegrass is the first perennial reygrass with a specific characteristic of horizontally spreading stolons.
For a continuously growing lawn, it is necessary to achieve the right balance between soil, air and humidity, microbial activity and healthy soil nutrition. In this way, the lawn grows stronger and its natural defense mechanisms are stimulated.
Football and golf are played on the lawn and its condition affects the playability of the pitch. Only carrying out professional maintenance, choosing suitable types of grasses and a balanced nutrition plan will ensure players have quality playing areas.
Climate change brings extreme weather. Periods with heavy rainfall alternate with periods of heat and drought. This means stress not only for plants, but also for golf course managers! Especially at the time of sowing and grass.