British Seed Houses could leave other exhibitors in the shade when it launches Supreme Tees, a new mixture for golf courses, at BTME.
The mixture includes a new variety of poa supina 'Supreme', which is shade tolerant and exceptionally hard wearing.
So many courses benefit from the natural beauty of trees which golfers find attractive but they leave some tees in shaded areas.
Supreme poa supina, developed in Germany and exclusive to British Seed Houses, is likely to prove a popular addition to its wide ranging quality offer.
Show visitors can also learn about the exciting option available to help groundsmen perfect 'Your A20'. They can now choose to include Galleon creeping perennial ryegrass, a hardwearing variety with exceptional recovery due to its spreading growth habit and an inherent resistance to insects such as nematodes. Its qualities will be on display in a putting competition on the stand using Galleon seeded turf.
Richard Brown, Amenity Sales Manager of British Seed Houses, said: "Our standard A20 Premier Ryesport is a great mixture, but we understand every sports ground is different.
With our comprehensive portfolio of exclusive top quality perennial ryegrass varieties and unrivalled service we offer the unique opportunity for groundsmen to create their personal version of A20."
He will join his experienced team of technical sales representatives on the stand to give first hand expert advice to long term and new customers.
Richard's expertise will also be to the fore when he runs a seminar on 'Wildflower Mixtures for the Golf Course' at BTME on 21 January.
He will provide tips on choosing the correct mixture, ground preparation, sowing and on-going maintenance.
Meldrum House Golf Club in Aberdeenshire has used its standard wildflower mixture WFG4 with stunning results to transform and add colour to a prominent site.
For more information visit: www.britishseedhouses.com