Farmura Claims Proven?
Farmura Liquids are, to the best of our knowledge, the only Liquid Organics to have had their claims scientifically validated on turf. Major research has proved the products effectiveness on turf.
In addition Farmura Liquid Organics have over thirty years of customer success to draw on and are recommended by top consultants in the U.K and abroad.
How Should Farmura Be Used?
Farmura Organics are part of a good, overall balanced management programme - that is, the integration of Cultural Techniques, Organics and Synthetics.
Does Farmura Increase Bacteria Numbers?
The answer is yes. Farmura has been demonstrated in research to increase bacteria numbers. Farmura has a role as a bacterial food and will increase existing populations. The Archer Report from South Wales demonstrated a 400% increase in only a few weeks.
We believe in building populations, not adding to them. In nearly all cases, a combination of Farmura and aeration will achieve population increases.
Bacteria are crucial to healthy soil and for enabling the plant to take up both applied and existing plant nutrient. There is growing realisation of the importance of bacteria. The Farmura liquid organic range are the ideal products.
How and When Do I Use Farmura?
Farmura can be applied by any sprayer currently on the market. Farmura can be used at any time of the year except when soil temperatures are under 7C or 44F
How Soon Does Farmura Work?
Results can be rapid, particularly when unlocking nutrients already in the soil. Farmura Porthcrawl will show colour in a matter of days. The product will go on working long after the colour has gone away.
It is important that a proper programme is installed and kept to and our recommendation is that an eighteen month programme is agreed. If this is done success is almost certain but Farmura is not intended to act like a high NPK fertiliser. It is no surprise that the best results are achieved by Top Turf Managers advised by good representatives.
Can Farmura Help With Blacklayer?
Our experience has been that Blacklayer is caused by a combination of lack of aeration and a lack of bacteria. An aeration programme followed by Farmura Turf applied at 25 litres per 500 sq. metres has proved very effective in a number of cases. It is certainly well worth trying this approach before considering more expensive alternatives. Remember too to look at fertiliser and water applications to make sure that these are not part of the problem.
Where can Farmura Be Used?
Golf Courses; Bowling Greens; Sportsgrounds; Landscaping, Ecologically Sensitive Areas e.g. SSI Sites, Re-seeding; Land Reclamation; Tennis Courts; Cricket Pitches; Outfields; Race Courses etc. In addition, Bowling Green Contractors; Landscapers; Contractors; Schools; Hospitals; National Trust etc...
Ferrosol Liquid Iron What is Ferrosol?
It is an organometallic combination of urea and ferrous iron. (Note that ferrous sulphate is an inorganic.)
What Are The Advantages Of Ferrosol Over Iron Sulphate?
Easy to use No Wheelmarks Labour Saving Quick - No Melting Down Necessary No Blocking of Jets - Calibrated Application No Blacking - Low Rates - 60grms of Iron per 500 sq. mtrs and only 150grms of Nitrogen per 500 sq. mtrs. Note A 15-0-0 fertiliser applied at 34 grms per sq. mtr supplies 2.5kgs of nitrogen per 500 sq. mtrs!
Does Ferrosol Achieve More Than Colour?
Trial results show better root development and, of course, it is very effective at hardening grass against disease, especially in the Autumn Independent trial work has shown the effectiveness of the Iron:Nitrogen combination.
What Is A Mircronutrient?
Any chemical element required in minute quantities for growth of an organism.
What Is The Most Common Visual Micronutrient Deficiency?
Iron (The Systems of Iron Deficiency are an interveinal chlorosis. In other words the veins will remain dark green while the spaces between the veins will begin to fade out into a yellow or chlorotic condition.)
Why Does A Plant Need Iron?
Iron is essential for the synthesis of chlorophyll. (Chlorophyll is essential to photosynthesis.)
Are Most Soils Deficient in Iron?
Iron is one of the most abundant elements in the earth's make up, forth most common in the earth's crust. It is very common but it is almost all unavailable. (Iron is utilised by plants in the Ferrous or double positive state. Plants like ferrous iron. This is the source of the form that they utilise it in. (Fe++). Ferrous Iron however oxidises very rapidly into Ferric Iron or the triple positive state (Fe+++) Once it is in that triple positive or FERRIC state plants have a very, very difficult time assimilating it. It is almost completely non-available to the plant.)
Alginure Seanure Soil Builder What Is Seanure?
Seanure is a spreadable soil conditioner derived from composted seaweed. Not a meal or a calcified product Seanure starts working as soon as it is in the soil due to the release of alginates and polyuronides.
How Does Seanure Work?
Made from seaweeds which naturally are high in polyuronides and aliginates these natural chemicals actually aggregate the soil into crumbs whilst producing a jelly like medium which fosters the growth of naturally occurring soil bacteria and fungi. This gel, called alginate, contains the properties that Alginure Seanure is famous for. It is this interaction between the living organisms in the soil, the herbage and an aggregated mineral fraction which combine to form a healthy top soil. Seanure provides 40 times more available alginate than seaweed meal which is the key to its success.