See the earth move
Caerphilly Proves Longevity of Terralift De-Compaction Treatment
Aeration Gets Top Marks at Merseyside Schools
Unsung Hero Celebrates Anniversary and Opens Eighth Awards
Terrain Celebrates 10 Years at Saltex
Top Tree Expert on Terrain's Stand at Saltex
Bowls - Tales of a Travelling Trouble-Shooter
Strawberry Fields Prepared for Music Festival
Terralift Treats Perma Frost Pan
Parklife With Airforce
Unsung heroes show outstanding commitment
Harrogate Week Preview 2010
Terrain Drains Fore Golf
Don't Forget Your Unsung Heroes
Help For Council's "Unplayable" Pitches
Brick Hard Ground Fails to Stop Windsor Racecourse Renovation
Unsung Hero Opens This Year's Awards
New Service Hails Deep Drill’s Saltex Return
Bat Boxes Crown Commitment to trees and Community
Mid Season Bowls Rescue
Portman Road Welcomes Deep Drill
Deep Drill Ready for Action
High Hopes for Problem Pitch
One-Metre Deep Aeration Restores Royal Park
Terrain Aeration Acquires C&P Soilcare
South Yorkshire's 'Augusta' in continual play
Unsung Heroes' Valliant Efforts Rewarded
Terrain Fights Phytophthora
English Golf Union backs Unsung Heroes
Bowls Clubs Take Remedial Action
New Remote Pressed into Service
Saltex and after
Portman Square refurbishment Project
Restoration works at Windsor Racecourse
Irish Trees revisited
Tracker on trials
Terrain Aeration "Airforce" breathe life into bowls green
A Tale of Two Species
Stronger Links Evaluate "Airforce" on Sick Trees
Harrogate Week Preview 2010
TOTAL TURF AERATION SYSTEM
Terrain launches a Total Turf Aeration System of discovery and choice for Turf Managers.
A series of one-metre deep soil core samples will determine the underlying soil structure and pin point the reasons and the depth at which compaction and drainage problems occur. Armed with this knowledge greenkeepers and groundsmen can then decide whether the Deep Drill, aerating down to 10 inches or an Airforce Terralift machine, de-compacting to a depth of one metre will best serve their purpose.
The Deep Drill physically removes ten inches of soil to the surface with 60 tungsten tipped drills on the drill bed, located at five inch spacings. The removed soil can be drag matted (as a top dressing) or removed and re-cycled. The treatment encourages root growth and a healthy sward which in turn saves the turf manager money on fertiliser and pesticides.
Airforce Terralift machines break up compaction panning to a depth of one metre by injecting compressed air from 10 to 20 bar with minimal disruption to the surface. The process dispels anaerobic conditions and black layer, promotes gaseous exchange and opens the soil to allow natural drainage or water filtration to existing drainage systems.
Both treatments are suitable for fine and amenity turf.
As ever, Terrain Aeration offers a 15% discount for all orders taken at the show.