Rigby Taylor leads bumper collection of product launches at BTME

Rigby Taylor unveiled six Microlite turf fertilisers, 12 new nutrient ratios across five fertiliser ranges and more grass seed offerings at the BTME show which proved to be a bumper event for product launches.

The new Rigby Taylor package was described as the firm's biggest product launch in its history. 

Also launching new products were Syngenta which unveiled a new spray nozzle designed to provide accuracy over undulations, and Certis which has brought Mogeton to the market for the long-term control of moss on golf courses.

A new pre-seeding fertiliser using slow-release phosphorus, nitrogen and magnesium recovered from UK waste water was introduced by Headline Amenity at the show while Bayer introduced Interface, a next generation turf fungicide for sports turf.

Full details of these and other key product launches from the show will be in next Friday's edition of Horticulture Week.


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