In order to produce quality turf, a number of factors have to be taken into consideration: soil structure and texture, available nutrients in the soil, pH, CEC, climate conditions, drainage, adequate grass species and irrigation needs.
Whether a lawn is seeded, sodded or sprigged depends on the environmental conditions, time and budget. Regardless, the seeds, sods or sprigs have to be of premium quality and should be applied at their optimal time.
An ideal soil for growing turf is a soil with a well-balanced amount of nutrients, air and water. Clayish soils are generally the most fertile ones. However they are prone to compaction and have a low percolation rate. A sandy soil has both a high resistance against compaction and high percolation rate. Its low water and nutrient retention capacity can be remedied by the use of the TerraCottem Turf soil conditioner.
Incorporated into the growing medium of lawns, TerraCottem Turf is used to help establish and maintain excellent root growth and vigorous turf, to improve soil aeration, increase the amount of water and nutrients available in the soil, and significantly reduce the amount of inputs required to maintain turf in top condition.
TerraCottem Turf is a soil conditioner specific for grass containing growth precursors, slow-release compound fertilizer for turf, zeolite, hydroabsorbent copolymers and humic acids designed to achieve a healthy sward of high standard with a wide range of benefits.
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|TerraCottem Turf, the soil conditioning technology that increases soil’s water holding capacity, saves water up to 50%, increases the CEC value, generates stronger and deeper root development, etc.|
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