New Koro recycling dresser MKII brings hidden benefits to playing surfaces
Launched at the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) Exhibition in Daytona Beach, FL, is the New Koro Recycling Dresser MKII. The benefits of recycling are widely accepted and are common place in the domestic and industrial workplace. Not so well known are the enormous advantages to be gained from applying the same principles to the structure of the soil.
As costs of topdressing continue to spiral, using a recycling dresser is a positive way forward all turf professionals and contractors in particular, to significantly reduce their running costs.
The latest Koro Recycling Dresser MKII is a heavy duty aerator and root-zone recycler. It aerates the underlying soil vertically and horizontally, removing soil from the root-zone and re-distributing it across the playing surface.
The Recycling Dresser MKII eliminates compaction and layering. Biological activity is increased and existing fertilizers are re-distributed to greater effect. This in turn reduces the amount of topdressing required, saving manpower and material costs and producing a much healthier environment for healthy growth and sustainable maintenance.
It isn’t just the expense of materials that is reduced. Labour and delivery charges are also highly volatile. Any reduction in these areas will have a significant impact on overheads.
A Koro Recycling Dresser has been used successfully at Manchester United’s training grounds for some years now.
There are 3 working widths for the new Recycling Dresser Mk II; 63” 75” and 87”, suitable for tractors from 40hp to 90hp.