Idaho, United States: Grigg Brothers has added another innovative product to the GreenSpec granular fertiliser portfolio.
Rhizo Aide is a fertiliser and soil amendment that contains two per cent magnesium to improve turf colour and vigour, and meets rigorous physical inspection for superior spreadability and dissolution characteristics.
Mark Grigg, President and Chief Executive Officer, said: “Rhizo Aide meets our goals as a company – to innovate and bring unique solutions to our clients.”
When used correctly, Rhizo Aide conditions the rhizosphere and improves playability. Rhizo Aide also contains a non-ionic wetting agent for improved nutrient placement and increased product efficacy.
Grigg Brothers has been a valuable partner in the golf and sports turf industry since 1995.
Its Proven Foliar liquid and GreenSpec granular fertiliser technologies are backed by many years of independent university research and extensive field trials.
“Grigg Brothers continues to offer turfgrass managers and greenkeepers proven fertilizer solutions with unmatched quality, performance, and compatibility,” said a spokesperson for the company, part of the Brandt Company, a Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
The spokesperson added: “The Grigg Brothers Proven Foliar product line possesses several unique characteristics that account for their superior performance. Central to these unique formulations are the proprietary natural plant and organic compounds that chelate and complex the nutrients.
“Each nutrient is addressed specifically and matched to a specific formulation of natural agents and organic facilitators that assist in the vascular transport of all nutrients, keeping them mobile and available for plant use.
“The GreenSpec granular fertiliser formulations provide fast and consistent nutrient availability and contain natural compounds that enhance soil micro-biology and chemistry.
“These products were developed with purity in mind. The result is an efficient nutrient delivery system with superior performance and environmental safety.”