Multi-national turf company joins Turfgrass Growers Association

The Turfgrass Growers Association (TGA) has welcomed new affiliate member international grass seed breeder, producer and supplier Euro Grass B.V. as the company aims to penetrate the UK market.

Euro Grass is a multinational company, active in the turfgrass breeding and production industries in Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands.

The company recently appointed Simon Taylor as UK sales and marketing manager to develop sales in the country, offering amenity grass that claims a high level of cleanliness and cultivar performance for turf productions.

Taylor said:  Our membership is very important as it enables interaction with grower members and to present Euro Grass and its products on a professional level. We are looking forward to working with the [Turfgrass Growers] Association and turf growers to tackle some of the challenges which face the industry in current times.

The company already has a number of cultivars established on the STRI/BSPB seed listings.


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