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A historic year for grass breeding in 2014. Read more

Tough grass for WEG 2014 in France. Read more

Women are getting tough on turf. Read more 

Grass forage harvests is already at level with the entire yield of 2013. Read more 

DLF made the Final in Brazil. Read more

Deeper roots for tomorrow's grass varieties. Read more

World class grass on Brazilian pitches. Read more

4turf - the perfect ingredient for professional training pitches. Read more

Join the game with the world's best football players. Read more

Lucerne ensures protein in high yielding mixtures. Read more

High quality mixtures really prove their value. Read more

More Milk with DLF launched at Grassland and Muck 2014. Read more

Seven new turf varieties hit the list in France. Read more

Grass solutions for a changing climate. Read more

Sports Turf Guide. Read more 

Knowlegde turned into grass. Read more

DLF-TRIFOLIUM grass solutions in the oil and gas industry. Read more   

Women are getting tough on turf

Some of the world's top women soccer players say FIFA's proposal to play the 2015 Women's World Cup finals in Canada on artificial turf instead of grass is discriminatory and violates human rights.
Top Players in several countries, including the USA, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Germany, New Zealand and Costa Rica, have applied legal advice for FIFA to change its decision.
The World Cup finals for men and women, contested every four years, have always been played on natural grass. Players and coaches believe there is a higher risk of injury on artificial turf and that it causes more wear and tear on athletes' bodies.
In the letter to FIFA, the players, who include Abby Wambach of the United States and Germany's Nadine Angerer - FIFA players of the year for 2012 and 2013 respectively - said they can suggest "several affordable ways" to host the tournament on grass.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup for men in Brazil was played on grass and there are no plans to shift future men's tournaments to artificial turf.
Canada will host the Women's World Cup in June and July 2015 in six cities - Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal and Moncton.

Tough grass for the challenging World Equestrian Games in France



DLF have continued their contact with the world of horse riding and have supplied grass seed for the Cross Country course at the World Equestrian Games held at the National Stud farm of Haras du Pin in Normandy France. The Eventing discipline Dressage, Cross Country and Jumping is performed 28-31 August 2014.
The grass mixture used on the tracks was a blend of tall fescue and perennial ryegrass especially formulated to resist the rigors associated with this challenging sport.
The World Equestrian Games are held every four years midway between Olympic years, the next edition will be in Quebec in 2018.

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