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Sherriff Amenity’s Ferromex - a high performance liquid moss killer, has been given a new license approval.

Spring is upon us, and the new license for Ferromex arrives at the perfect time to tackle outbreaks of moss and algae. Most groundsmen and greenkeepers have trouble with moss at some stage; and this unsightly nuisance can be caused by a number of factors including poor vigour, acidic soil conditions, insufficient aeration, poor drainage, shade, close mowing, over-use and a lack of feed.

Although there are many products on the market which claim to eradicate moss, license approved moss control products are few and far between due to the tough registration process and the rigorous health and safety measures required. It is also an expensive commitment from any manufacturers who want to prove that the product is of the highest quality.

License approved moss control products provide those who purchase them with a greater confidence knowing that the product will do the exact job it is required to do. Designed for all-year round use, Sherriff Amenity’s Ferromex controls mosses in a wide range of professional sports turf and amenity situations from fine turf golf and bowling greens to outfield sports pitches and ornamental lawns.

Ferromex is a unique, liquid moss killer containing stabilised concentrated iron salts and removes even the heaviest of moss within 7-10 days. It contains 16.4% ferrous sulphate as well as the added bonus of 4.6% nitrogen which helps give the grass some recovery growth.

With low scorch potential, Ferromex can be applied through any type of sprayer. The super concentrated liquid is easy to mix and users have peace of mind knowing that the product is extremely safe to use. For maximum effect, it is advised that Ferromex is applied within the active growing period of grasses from spring to autumn.

For further information, please contact Sherriff Amenity on 01638 721 888 or visit www.sherriffamenity.com

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