Sustainable turf management at Hesketh Golf Club (UK)
How to solve today’s sustainability challenges in the turf industry? With regulations on fertilizers and fungicides becoming stricter, turf managers are facing new challenges on how to maintain their high quality turf. At Hesketh Golf Club, Southport, UK, it is a combination of three ICL products, focused on efficient use of plant nutrition and water management, that play a significant role in a more sustainable approach to turf management.
ICL Introduces Revolutionary Biodegradable CRF Technology
Spread the revolution with eqo.s technology: the first-of-its-kind fully biodegradable coating with faster breakdown for turfgrass.
January 16, 2023
A closer look at soil-plant interactions and fertilizer impact for turfgrass
ICL utilize struvite as part of our Sierrablen Plus Pearl product range. We know this recycled product is a sustainable option that also provides real turfgrass benefits.
A day at the office of Head Groundsman Gertjan
Head Groundman of SC Heerenveen Gertjan Hilarius ensures optimal field conditions for his football team. But what makes a football field of excellent quality? And how does it feel to prepare the field right before the start of the match? In this video Gertjan shows us around at his office: the Abe Lenstra Stadium.
Sports fields renovation: Seeding or sodding?
If a sports field has gone through a period of intensive use and tough weather conditions, overseeding might not repair the turf quickly enough before the start of the new season. In this case, re-turfing could be your only option.
ICL’s Riptide Makes an Impact
Riptide is the no1 ranked creeping bentgrass variety on the STRI lists. It is ideal for seeding new areas or when used for interseeding as part of a course renovation programme. This fine-leaved, densely-shooting, creeping bentgrass establishes quickly, especially in spring, growing upright but low to the ground with high tiller shoot density and keeping its bright mid-green colour right through autumn and winter.
Wetting agents increase drought resilience and plant growth
A first-time research into the effects of wetting agents on plant physiology proves that surfactants not only improve soil water availability, but also increase plant growth and drought resilience in plants.
Bangor University dives into the efficiency of CRF
ICL continues the quest to demonstrate best fertilizer use for turfgrass, and to research the value of using enhanced efficiency fertilizers in a new one-year study at Bangor University (UK).
Measuring the benefits of organo-mineral fertilizers for turfgrass
Applying fertilizers in high quality sports turf management is all about product choice, to deliver reliability and performance. There is lots of choice available and selection of the right product can be difficult without complete and clear supporting information to help decision making. Organo-mineral fertilizers combine the nutrient efficiency of a mineral fertilizer with the benefits of an organic product.
January 16, 2023, 10:00-11:00
ICL launches eqo.s Release Technology
ICL introduces revolutionary biodegradable CRF technology for the professional turf marketAdd to calendar
January 24, 2023, 09:00-
The BTME is the premier turf management exhibition in Europe. At this event, ICL will launch the new fertilizer technology that will shape the future of fertilization.Add to calendar
February 22, 2023, 09:00-
MyPlant & Garden, Italy
Come find us at MyPlant & Garden, the largest trade show for the horticulture, landscape & garden market in Italy.Add to calendar