Next week marks the return of the British Turf Management Exhibition (BTME) after the enforced break of more than two years since the last time the exhibition took place. We’re excited to be making a return and even have a new stand location (Purple 402) to add to the excitement.
The three days of BTME 2022 will be an excellent opportunity for us to meet up with customers new and old, along with allowing us to (finally!) formally launch our much expanded range of Humik granular fertilisers.
With three new fine turf and three new outfield/sports pitch products, we have significantly increased our Humik product range offering since 2021.
The Humik Range
The full range of products can be found below:
|Fine Turf||Outfield/Sports Pitch|
|Humik NPK 5-2-1||Humik N25 25-0-0|
|Humik NPK 12-0-12||Humik Boost 30-8-8|
|Humik NPK 14-5-14||Humik Triple Ten 10-10-10|
|Humik NPK 5-3-18||Humik Sport 14-5-18|
Further information about these products can be found using the following link: Fertiliser with Humic Acid
Continue to Learn
In addition to the formal launch of these new products at BTME 2022, Indigrow are also supporting the BIGGA Continue to Learn event, with Geoff Lloyd presenting on the topic: Alternative raw material sources and technologies for slow‑release outfield fertilisers.
More information about the Continue to Learn presentation can be found on btme.org.uk
Indigrow have recently looked to move towards more sustainable products with the use of organic bases and humic substances now being used across the majority of our granular fertiliser products.
The merits of using humic substances used to manufacture fertilisers include:
- They are naturally occurring
- When natural humic substances are combined with nitrogen, phosphorous and/or potassium they can form complexes which are much slower to be broken down by the plant
- They therefore offer an extended release period for the nutrients
- Humic acid also acts as a carrier in the soil for naturally occurring nutrients
More information on humic substances, along with an overview of the research we carried out into the slow release properties of alternative raw material sources and technologies can be found on our earlier blog post:
We hope to see you at BTME 2022!