Sustainable turf care concept to prevent Microdochium nivale (fusarium patch) in sports turf.
Liquid fertiliser with Iron, Zinc and Magnesium
TourTurf® FDC Autumn + R-Factor is a Fusarium treatment as part of an integrated disease management concept for sports turf managers, who wishes to use only a minimum of fungicides, and for end users in a situation where fungicide use is limited due to national legislation or local restrictions. The product works well used preventatively against Fusarium patch in the autumn winter period on all types of sports turf.
We have tested FDC Autumn + R-Factor extensively over the last 12 years and we can promise healthy turf with great colour, vigour and significantly improved tolerance to stress and disease with the preventative use of FDC Autumn + R-Factor. In a heavy disease pressure situation you can reduce the fusarium disease pressure with up to 60 % with TourTurf® FDC Autumn alone.
Combined with good greenkeeping and even with only limited use of approved plant protection products you can expect very clean playing surfaces.
TourTurf® FDC Autumn + R-Factor is a liquid acidic working fertilser with nitrogen, iron, sulphur, zinc, magnesium and amino acids. The + R-Factor is the added zinc and magnesium components which stimulates rooting and faster recovery after autumn/winter disease scarring.
The product also contains essential plant oils chosen for their leaf cleansing and antiseptic properties. We use citronella, clove and tea tree oils in the low ph fertiliser formulation. TourTurf® FDC smells very pleasant due to the fragrances from the essential plant oils.
A surfactant package ensures fast and full leaf uptake of all nutrients as well as giving a good dew disperser effect. A dry leaf promotes less disease.
TourTurf® FDC Autumn + R-Factor is the perfect environmentally friendly solution for all golf courses and football pitches who wishes to use less pesticides and chemicals with a long industry track record.
We began selling TourTurf® FDC Autumn + R Factor in Denmark in 2008 based on extensive product development and University trial work in both Denmark and in the UK.