DJ Turfcare to exhibit at Four Oaks with Mo Bacter

As sole importers, DJ Turfcare will exhibit at this year's Four Oaks with the range of Viano organic products, introducing the new professional lawn and turf care ranges, together with the current consumer lawn care products and organic rose and plant food for fruit and vegetables.

In the consumer range MO Bacter is an organic fertiliser for lawns with moss infestation, destroying moss naturally with no black mess or raking out of dead material. It is part of the Viano Green Comfort lawn treatment organic range comprising Recovery fertiliser with Humifirst, which improves soil structure, Universal Lawn Feed, Bio-Lime, Lawn Booster, ideal for pre-seeding and Autumn Treatment. Viano Best Bloom Rose Food contains nutrients for roses. It is available in 10kg packs for rose growers.

Viano organic plant food is a universal feed used in vegetable, herbs and fruit crops. The fertiliser feeds for three months with essential elements to enhance soil life, improve soil structure and increase the nutrients available to the plant.

Introduced at this year’s shows, the professional range is split into Turf Professional and Growers Professional and comprises TurfPro Start, TurfProf Autumn, Fairway and Greenboost together with MO Bacter in the Turf Professional range. For growers there is a further split into Organic Based and 100 per cent Organic, with the products MixProf and MixProf Bio respectively.

David Jenkins, DJ Turfcare managing director, said: "Last year’s shows were a great success for us, with our MO Bacter proving to be one of our best selling products, taken up by increasing numbers of garden centres throughout 2015. We very much look forward to this year’s shows with our display of the Viano organic range, which now includes the newly introduced Turf Professional and Growers organic products."

DJ Turfcare also distributes the Viano 27L Spreader for fertiliser spreading and the Atom Golf Bunker Edger Mk 2 and Bushranger E35 edger for professionals and Local Authorities.   

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