Here comes spring… At the onset of spring before active growth begins: Too early for most cultural treatments and nutrition with major elements, regular applications of seaweed with available humic acid and liquid iron return vigour and colour to tired-looking greens. Surface water is always a concern to the sports turf consultant. From where is […]
The monitoring of priority expenditure is vital today in golf course maintenance
Golf Course Managers are confronted with a wide range of soil additives to consider. Considering the basics assists in putting the needs of the grass plant into perspective .
Maintaining grass in the summer is a matter of common sense – so many of the uninformed believe. It simply incorporates a combination of mowing, aerating, soil conditioning, fertilisation, top dressing, pest control and irrigation – all standard operations. However, with today’s exacting demands of grassed sporting surfaces, the planning and execution of general maintenance […]
Standing water is everywhere – but January and February are always wet months and floods are expected in many parts of the country. All low lying areas are at risk and expanses of water are evident on much of the flat ground. A study of the aftermath gives us valuable information from which to make […]