Friday, 27 September 2013

"Rescue" herbicide applied to the Tees.

You will notice that the main Teeing grounds are looking stressed at the moment. A selective herbicide has been applied to control and remove unwanted Perennial Rye and Yorkshire Fog grasses from them. The end result will be a more evenly textured sward without the individual clumpy rye grass plants in them.
Unfortunately the herbicide does stress other grass plants including browntop bent and smooth stalked meadow grass. The deterioration will be short lived and following some remedial work the Tees will be healthy again.

 
 

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