Grass group appointed sole UK importer for RotaDairon

French turf machinery manufacturer RotaDairon has appointed the Grass Group as its sole UK importer.

RotaDairon sells soil renovators and stone buriers to prepare the seed bed and create a fine soil surface.

Extra material, such as compost, fertiliser, sand, or fibres can be blended in, and seeding can also be accomplished with the addition of a seed box to the machine.

The rolling capacity completes the ‘one pass’ capability.

RotaDairons’ make machines for primary seeding (construction), over-seeding, slit seeding, scarifying and de-thatching.

Versions are available as pushed or pulled handy seeders, as well as self-propelled seeders or 3 point hitch seeders for tractors.

Drop seeding is catered for in compact forms, and for wider applications a pneumatic air seeder completes the line up.

The Grass Group managing director Tim Merrell said: My early days as an Agronomist were spent on a farm in France where I first came across RotaDairon. Their range of products fit very nicely within our existing portfolio and helps us to put together a complete range of equipments for the Turf Care professional.


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