Limagrain’s popular MM50 grass seed is set to deliver even better results in cricket square renovations this summer and autumn.
Over recent years, Limagrain’s MM50 has been the number one choice for cricket groundsmen. Those representing grass roots, schools, local clubs and international test venues have all benefitted from using MM50 – and now, these groundsmen will see even better results after a new variety has been added to the mixture.
MM50 now benefits from the addition of Alison – the latest fine leaved ryegrass from Limagrain. It possesses exceptional shoot density along with tolerance to close mowing making it particularly suitable for all cricket squares. Other key features include fast recovery from wear and damage and high disease resistance.
This superior mix already contains the perennial ryegrass cultivars, Venice and Malibu, which are renowned for providing a great sward for cricket use. With the inclusion of Alison, cricket groundsman can now look forward to a further improvement to the MM50 mix which will help them achieve a fantastic playing surface.
MM50 is also treated with HEADSTART® GOLD – Limagrain’s unique seaweed based seed treatment which helps to ensure rapid and even germination. This tried and tested grass seed treatment helps the seed get off to the best possible start – therefore it is ideal to use in the less than favourable conditions that can sometimes be found on cricket squares during renovations.
The new and improved formula arrives at the perfect time as groundsmen start to look for the ideal renovation mixtures for their cricket squares.
MM is one of the most respected brands in the UK amenity industry and its extensive product portfolio guarantees 100% performance proven mixtures. All the varieties in the MM mixtures are thoroughly tested at the Sports Turf Research Institute (STRI) – ensuring that the finished product will meet your requirements for play, appearance and maintenance.
For further information, please contact Limagrain UK on 01472 371471 or visit the company’s website www.limagrain.co.uk. You can also follow the company on Twitter: @MM_Seed