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ICL has announced the launch of Gronamic - a new range of organo-mineral fertilizers.

The Gronamic range comprises various analyses and particle sizes to suit the demands of all types of fine and coarse turf. The range combines the benefits of mineral and organic sources of nutrient to provide consistent and long-lasting growth responses.

The granulation process produces consistent, uniform and dust-free products. This range allows you to incorporate all the benefits of organic sources of nutrition into your fertilizer programme without compromising on quality or reliability.

Ed Carter, UK Sales & Development Manager is delighted with this new addition to the ICL fertilizer portfolio: “The introduction of the Gronamic range is a really positive step for ICL,” he says. “We are world leaders in the production of mineral and controlled release fertilizers and adding organic technologies into our portfolio really broadens our reach.

“We know that our customers utilise organic nutrient sources within their management programmes and the Gronamic range now allows them to do this with ICL branded material.”

4301496678?profile=RESIZE_710xThe Gronamic fertilizers utilise organic and mineral nutrient sources to provide a phased consistent release that creates consistent growth responses. The consistent granulation facilitates even spreading and ensures reliable performance.

There are four products in the Gronamic range:

Gronamic Golf - “High N” 16-3-6 +2MgO +2CaO +0.5Fe     

Gronamic Golf - “High K” 5-0-22 + 2MgO +1.5CaO +0.5Fe

Gronamic Sport - “High N” 16-3-6 +2MgO +2CaO +0.5Fe

Gronamic Allround - 10-4-5 +2MgO +0.5 Fe

All of the products have a low C:N ratio to ensure optimal nutrient availability (as C:N ratio increases plant nutrient availability in short term reduces).

The Gronamic range is also part of Turf Rewards – purchasing 25 x 25kg will earn 5 points.

Please contact ICL on 01473 237100 or visit www.icl-sf.co.uk or www.icl-sf.ie if you are in Ireland.

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