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Sherriff Amenity Launch StimZyne

Sherriff Amenity has announced the launch of StimZyne – a new range of hydrocarbon encapsulators and plant growth promoters.

StimZyne joins Sherriff Amenity’s leading range of bio-stimulants which are renowned for generating a positive effect on plant health in support of normal maintenance and fertiliser programmes.

Designed to be applied on all amenity turf and approved for use on all soil types, StimZyne brings with it a number of unique benefits to the plant.

  • The unique hydrocarbon encapsulator helps to neutralise harmful gases in the soil and release beneficial nutrients making them more available to the plant.
  • The natural properties of StimZyne, supports the microbial population of the soil, imparting efficient nutrient uptake and strengthening grass against pests and disease.

On poorer soils or in areas which are prone to pest attack, StimZyne Plus is recommended as it contains a significantly higher percentage of hydrocarbon enscapulator. This will increase the plant’s ability to survive attacks from root feeding pests.

StimZyne has been designed to be used throughout the year and can be combined with other Sherriff Amenity products for maximum results.

For example, the addition of Nemaflo at 1L/ha will assist in the delivery of the product to targeted areas of the soil for maximum effect.

To further improve the resilience and colour of the turf, GoGreen Select – a complexed iron sulphate, can be added to the mix at a rate of 20L/ha.

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

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