Headland Amenity Ltd…BTME Hall C, Stand C30

Headland Amenity Ltd originated in 1994 as a division of Headland Agrochemicals, a British independent supplier of adjuvants and micronutrient products to agriculture.
By 1997 the business had an increasing customer base predominately in golf and sportsturf and was building a niche as a specialist fertiliser and pesticide manufacturer and supplier.
Over the following years, Headland Amenity introduced a number of unique technologies and brand leading products, often specifically developed for the UK turf and amenity markets. For instance, Headland pioneered the recent use of potassium nitrate in sportsturf as well as dominating sales of resin-coated, controlled release fertilisers. (Multigreen).
Today’s product portfolio includes over 40 fertiliser formulations, encompassing conventional, slow and controlled release technology in both solid and liquid forms, as well as a growing range of pesticides and growth management products. Customers include the largest and smallest of Golf Clubs, Cricket and Bowling Clubs, Racecourses, Landscapers, Local Authorities, Lawncare and Contractors, as well as many others.
Headland staff have many years combined knowledge of the turf and amenity markets in the UK and Europe, with experience gained in both practical turf management, (many of our staff have been Greenkeepers or Groundsmen) or in product development.
Headland Amenity bring to BTME their unique range of turf fertiliser formulations – as well as other turf management products including Biostimulants, Wetting Agents, Fungicides and herbicides. Existing brand names such as TriCure, Multigreen, Relay Turf and Throttle will feature amongst some new introductions. Multiverdo miniprilled potassium nitrate fertiliser will be available as well as a new calcium based soil amendment.
The accuracy and success of Headland ‘Weathercheck’ – location specific weather information, has been a feature of 2012 and this will be available to see on the stand at Harrogate.
TEl 01223 597834
Exhibiting: Hall C, Stand C30

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