Monday, August 2, 2010

The first picture we are core aerating the Bermuda grass weak areas with a 3/4 inch hollow tine.

The second picture william is applying a light coat of usga tested topdressing to the putting surface. This will help with smoothness, thatch management, algae and provide better pore space around the crown of the plant, which will help with disease mangement.

The third picture we are blowing the sand down into the canopy. During the fall and spring we will be using a drag mat or Brush. During the summer we elect to blow the sand because it is less stressful to the bentgrass plant.

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