Category Archives: Agronomics

Fescue Beds

  We have completed aerifing and seeding the fescue beds on the golf course, clubhouse, and entrance way this week.  Mother Nature had perfect timing providing a slow steady rain good for germination. Over the next couple years we will … Continue reading


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Greens Aerification

We have completed the fall green’s aerification for the season. Everything went smooth and we even finished ahead of schedule to open the golf course earlier than planned. Many wonder why aerification is so important. Greens aerifications are a necessary … Continue reading


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#10 Face Lift – Part 2

We are now roughly 2 weeks are laser leveling #10 tee and you can already see the healing process in a shorter day and cooler weather climate. Ideally we would perform this operation in early June and have the area … Continue reading


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Face Lift on #10 Tee

Recently we had the opportunity to use a new unique piece of equipment, which there are only 3 in the world, operated by Ryan Moriarity, owner of SportsTurf Solutions. (www.sportsturfconstruction.com) This piece of equipment allows a playing surface to be … Continue reading


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Fall Fertilizer

It’s that time of the year again. Time to begin planning and thinking about setting up the warm season turf grasses to enter dormancy and chemical controls for winter weeds. Today we applied fertilizer that will provide us with good … Continue reading


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Greens Progress

We are at the hands of mother nature. Over the past two weeks temperatures have soared into the high 90’s and even over 100 degrees and our major goal was, and is, keeping the bentgrass plants cool. Frequently throughout the … Continue reading


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Venting Summer Stresses on Bentgrass

Bentgrass not only requires sunlight and water to live and function, but also oxygen. During the summer stress months Carbon Dioxide levels in the root zone build, as a by product of respiration, and have to be released and exchanged … Continue reading


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