Multi-Source Organic Fertiliser

Product Overview

Analysis

5-2-8 with mycorrhiza and granular wetting agent

Application Rate: 2 Kg - 4 Kg / 100m2

Pack Size: 20 Kg

 

TX10 is a multi-source organic fertiliser consisting of 10 key components to soil fertility. The main constituents include stable humus, seaweed extract, vegetable extract, and proteins, which are all used to increase cation exchange capacity and better utilise applied nutrients without clogging pore spaces.

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5-2-8 with wetting agent

Applied regularly through the year, TX10 can stand alone or complement a main fertiliser release pattern for:

  • Sward density with less top growth

  • Greater wear tolerance under intensive play

  • Improved CEC capacity of sand top-dressed sites

  • Mycorrhiza enhanced root hair soil web

Key Benefits:

  • Better sward density with less top-growth

  • Boost to Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC)

  • Reduce soil hydrophobicity

  • Mycorrhizae enhanced root-hair soil web

10 Components to Soil Fertility:

  • 8% natural seaweed

  • Hydrolysed marine and animal proteins

  • 14% fatty acids and carbohydrate materials

  • Stable humus

  • Fermented plant extract

  • High in Mg, Mn and organic trace elements

  • Polymer web wetting agent

  • Mycorrhizae fungi

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MYCORRHIZA IN TX10

Golf greens and sand based sports grounds all suffer from a sparse mycorrhizal population that is easily damaged by compaction, excess water, fungicides and herbicides. 

Rebuilding the mycorrhizal stock Spring and Autumn as part of a TX10 application is the ideal solution to maintaining their presence.

Mycorrhiza are known to…

  • Provide a Nematode deterrent – through excreting an inhibiting fluid into the rhizosphere

  • Add a 100+ fold increase in the root absorption capacity – through its extended nutrient capture filament network

  • Promote better pathogenic fungi defences – through increased nutrient uptake that limits food for other fungi

  • Maintain chlorophyll (colour) in the leaf – through release of stored nutrients to the plant when under stress.

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Mycorrhiza create a fine filament network (Hyphae) which extends the area for roots to absorb nutrients and water from the soil.