Take Charge of Your Topdressing

Andorka Jr., Frank H.
May 2004
Golfdom;May2004, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p42
Presents guidelines for topdressing golf courses. Effect of inappropriate choice of topdressing materials on turfgrasses; Significance of testing potential topdressing materials; Analysis of the effectivity of sand and soil in the topdressing program by golf course superintendents.


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