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Indigrow Celebrates 25 Years in Business

On the 1st March 2018 Indigrow Ltd celebrated it’s 25-year anniversary in the sports turf industry. Indigrow commenced business in Reading, Berkshire (UK) in the Spring of 1993 and during the last 25 years has grown into a worldwide organisation. It services now include the sports turf industry and a range of agricultural industry sectors, now operating in over 40 countries throughout the Far East, Middle East and Europe. The current head office location is Brimpton, Berkshire (UK), with a further three regional offices within its area of trade and a total of over 40 personnel across the globe.

To celebrate our 25th Anniversary, we organised a charity evening in aid of the NSPCC, raising over £620.00 in the process. Every member of our European team managed to make the event, despite the heavy snowfall, and the evening was a great success.

In the last 25 years, Indigrow has developed a reputation for innovative and pioneering technologies in the world of sports turf and agriculture, all stemming from the slogan “growth through innovation”. It is this thought process that drives the business forward. The product development cycle hasn’t shown any signs of slowing and new products and technologies are being launched all the time to cover the climates in which our customers now operate. These varied climates have led to the development of products specifically to suit cold, wet winters and hot dry summers throughout the world.

One of our latest innovation involves our range of super concentrated OneShot products. From penetrant wetting agents, through pH adjusters to seaweeds and amino acids, the OneShot range was developed with the environment in mind. Minimal packaging waste, reduced transport costs and improved water conservation were at the forefront of the development plan.

For more information on our products, please contact your local sales representative, call the head office on +44 (0) 1189 710 995 or email us on growth@indigrow.com

If you’re interested in the fantastic work of the NSPCC, you can find out more on their website here: nspcc.org.uk