Thursday, 30 April 2015

Verti-cutting Greens

Periodically during the growing season the Greens are vertically mown to a depth of approximately 1.5mm. Verti-cutting is a light form of scarification where rotating blades scratch at the sward surface. Coarse growth and dead/ dying grass plant material is removed which would otherwise contribute to the thatch layer. Lateral growth is also pruned encouraging a more upright finish. From a playing perspective verti-cutting improves the ball roll improving the smoothness and trueness of a putt.

vertical blades 

The vertical blades throw the clippings into the grass box

Removed debris from approximately three Greens.


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