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Hectic Spring Calendar for Golf

Ecosol Turfcare had a busy BTME at Harrogate in January and we were very happy to welcome satisfied customers as well as new clients on to our stand. As a result, the order book for Spring Drill n Fill is filling fast. 

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Ecosolve seals expansion with new machinery purchase

Ecosolve seals expansion with new machinery purchase

In a deal cemented at the recent BTME show in Harrogate, Ecosolve Ltd has taken delivery of two new pieces of ground maintenance equipment from Campey Turfcare Systems. The Dakota Turf Tender 420 Top Dresser and Vredo Compact 218 disc seeder will expand Ecosolve’s Turfcare division which recorded a healthy increase in winter sports pitch maintenance during2009. Ecosol Turfcare operates a multi-dimensional contracting service from complete renovation, to solving a specific problem on rugby and football pitches. It offers drainage and aeration, new construction, and numerous ways of maintaining and improving sports turf to ensure the highest possible standard during the season.

” Ecosol Turfcare continues to grow,” says Ecosolve MD, Bretton King. ” The equipment that Campey had to offer will enable us to improve our efficiency and continue to provide the type of high quality service that we and our customers demand.” The Dakota Top Dresser has a side conveyor that will work alongside Ecosolve’s sand slitting equipment and the Vredo Disc Seeder will improve the efficacy of the overseeding operation, giving optimum conditions for maximum germination and establishment percentages.

Campey Turfcare has been supplying Ecosolve for six years. Says MD Richard Campey, “the creation and maintenance of high quality turf can only be achieved using the correct equipment and a properly focused contracting operation. Providing Bretton with the latest Dakota and Vredo models underlines that special relationship and is important for both our companies if we are to continue to meet the needs of contemporary turf care.”