We Topdressed the Greywalls greens yesterday and it went very well.
I followed up the Topdressing process with a spray application to eliminate the fairy ring growing on the greens. I have been watching the fairy ring progress on the greens for the last three months. The rings and localized dry spots have been a battle and we were masking the effects with wetting agent applications and solid tine aerification. The fungal growth was to the point of mushroom growth through the turf canopy last week and a curative application was needed.
We also started the Native/fescue mow down yesterday on the Heritage golf course. I wanted to get to these areas a few weeks early this year so we can blow leaves into or through them when they begin to fall. We may even be able to mulch up these areas again in late fall.
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