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New products and rewards for ICL at BTME

ICL will be launching a number of exciting new products and showcasing an increased portfolio of qualifying products and new rewards in their Turf Rewards loyalty scheme for 2017 on stand B54 at BTME in January.

A new range of H2Pro performance led wetting agents designed specifically to meet the needs of the modern turf manager will be of particular interest to visitors. Utilising advanced polymer and surfactant technology, the new range of three specialist wetting agents; TriSmart, FlowSmart and AquaSmart have been carefully formulated and tested to achieve better control of moisture management. Supported by research and backed by end-user testimonials, the new range will be on view for the first time at BTME.

ICL will also be showcasing their new Vitalnova range of biostimulants and turf conditioners:

Vitalnova Stressbuster is a unique liquid formulation pre-conditions turf against stress and helps generate quick recovery. Featuring iron which provides an instant colour, Stressbuster also contains a unique combination of macro and micro nutrients, wetting agents, bio-stimulants and amino acids.

Vitalnova Amino Boost is a liquid fertilizer which has been specifically designed to enhance turf quality and support a healthy plant. It is the ideal product for the early part of the summer to stimulate growth or to maintain turf quality through periods of plant stress. Another great benefit of Amino Boost is that it is a perfect tank-mix partner for Primo Maxx and other liquid and water soluble products from the ICL range.

Vitalnova SILK is a specially formulated liquid fertilizer containing high levels of potassium silicate which rapidly increases leaf and stem strength and also helps to produce a cleaner cut.

It will also be an exciting time for customers who make the most of the Turf Rewards loyalty scheme, as a number of new products and rewards have been added for 2017. The scheme, from ICL and Syngenta, provides the chance to earn points from purchases and convert them into a range of valuable agronomic or educational items.

Henry Bechelet, ICL Technical Sales Manager UK & Ireland and Dr. Andy Owen, ICL International Technical Manager, will be passing on their invaluable knowledge in a ‘Continue to Learn’ seminar entitled ‘Getting Greens Good in the Spring’ on Tuesday 17th January at 3:45pm. Henry and Andy will be looking in detail at an analysis of the results of the 2016 ICL Spring Fertiliser Trial which compared different approaches to early spring nutrition and the influence of top dressing, plant growth regulation and wetting agent applications.

The ICL barista team will be on hand to provide refreshments on the stand, so please come along and have a chat and enjoy a complimentary coffee. Whatever your turf query - you will be sure to find a solution on stand B54.

For further information, please contact ICL on 01473 237100 or visit www.icl-sf.co.uk

For more news and insightful views, you can follow ICL on Twitter @ICL_Turf

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