The rhizospheric cycle is a process in which plants, using soil microogranisms, absorb and excime nutrients and various other substances from the rhizosphere.
Presentation video representing soil moisturemeter TDR 150
Hendriks Graszoden b.v. Big Slaps Rolls technology is unique not only to spread the rolls of 240 cm and length 15 m, but also by the technique of cutting and laying out of rolls. This technology is used in stadiums all over the world. You can watch everything in the video below.
Chemist Nick Moon, PhD demonstrates the advantages of using the technology of a patented, regenerative, high-molecular hydrating surfactant.
A demonstration of the difference in the growth of the new perennial RPR
The following video is a Straw Test of wetting agent chemistry and how the patented OARS chemistry is the only chemistry available to reduce the cause of LDS in soils. The OARS product is labeled as C in this video. The precipitate that is shown in collection vial as a grey matter is proof that the OARS is actually stripping the Organic Acids (Humic) that coat the sand particles and are proven to cause the LDS. The other chemistries tested show that they only strip the Fulvic acids (yellow precipitate) and not the actual cause of the LDS. In essence the other chemistries are only masking the problem. This video is proof why the OARS technology available in our Aqua Aid Inc. product line is superior in results to all other surfactants claiming they help with LDS. We attack the root of the problem not just mask the issue.
In November 2018, Hendriks Graszoden b.v. from The Netherlands carried out the laying of grass grass at the new National Stadium in Bratislava.
The growing world population is using sports grounds and public greenery more and more intensively. In order for the grass to be able to withstand all pressure, it is very important to have a quality lawn. Turf of extremely high quality, which can withstand even heavy loads. Barenbrug successfully introduced RPR – regenerating perennial clay. A new grass that can withstand more loads than any other grass in the world.