New products to be launched at BTME 2011

Companies exhibiting at this year's BTME Harrogate Week will be showcasing the latest products and equipment available for the turf and groundscare industry.

Mower manufacturer Dennis will be showcasing its range of British manufactured groundscare products at the BTME show including the Razor and Razor Ultra greens mowers and the S500 PLUS.

Marketing manager Roger Moore said:  "We understand that groundsmen and greenkeepers are highly skilled individuals with personal preferences on how they do their job – responding to customer feedback, we developed the Razor, which products the same superb cut as the Razor Ultra, without the need for a tungsten tipped groomer."

British Seed Houses is launching two new products – the Vitanica RZ organic-mineral NPK fertiliser and the disease and drought resistant Vitanica SI fertiliser.

They will also be offering delegates bespoke fertiliser plans, designed to meet their specific needs.

Other new products being launched at BTME include a new model to Charterhouse Turf Machinery’s Verti-Drain Range – the 122.020 model and the brand new SpeedSeed Walk behind.

The Grass Group will also be launching a new product, which is yet to be revealed.  The Grass Group’s Tim Merrell said:  "We are expecting it to make a big impression at the show – it needs to be seen to be appreciated."


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