17th Nov, 2016
Greens Report November
Course Superintendent – Cameron Dunn
* Greens were needle tined with 8mm tines to a depth of 10cm on 7/11/16. This is a cultural practice that will be undertaken monthly during the summer months to reduce stress from hot temperatures on greens by allowing improved air movement in soil profile, increasing water percolation and infiltration, increased gas exchange and reducing compaction of greens surface. There is minimal disruption after coring with greens immediately mowed after.
* Slow release NPK fertiliser […]