Brimpton, Berkshire, England: The British and International Golf Greenkeepers Association (BIGGA) has welcomed specialist fertiliser manufacturer Indigrow as the association’s newest partner.
BIGGA Partners offer the highest level of support available to members of BIGGA. The funding the association receives goes a long way to underpinning the Continuing Professional Development programme and all educational activity.
A Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation, Indigrow is a specialist manufacturer of fertilisers and nutrients for the sports turf market with more than 75 years’ experience of operating around the world.
Covering five continents and more than 40 countries, Indigrow employs over 35 staff with qualifications covering all the aspects of agronomy required to promote healthy growth.
“Indigrow has long been a firm supporter of the activities of BIGGA and its members as the principles of highly-educated and qualified professionals are ones we appreciate and encourage across our own team,” said Indigrow’s Bradley Foster.
“The desire to expand upon our own knowledge and innovate with new products and new methods of working is key if we are to overcome the challenges of the coming decade and I’m delighted that BIGGA and Indigrow will be working closer together to support the needs of the UK’s greenkeeping community,” added Foster.
BIGGA Business Development Manager Lauren Frazer said: “Indigrow is a company that BIGGA has enjoyed a close relationship with over many years as the team was previously an education supporter.
“Their continuous product development helps create innovative, efficient and cost-effective products to suit the demands of the modern greenkeeper and so I am delighted the Indigrow team has made the decision to step up to Partner status.
“We are hugely proud of our relationships with all our Partners and we’re grateful for the incredible support they provide our membership. I’m thrilled to welcome Indigrow to the line-up.”