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January 29, 2023, 02:44:55 PM
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Re: What would happen if you turned off the irrigation on a US Parkland Course?
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July 29, 2018, 04:25:51 AM »
Burnham has been watering fairways...they are still extremely brown and bouncy. There are probably some collection areas that should be GUR because they have turned to sand. I notice the greens are a mottled green/brown, but not overly fast and firmer than the courses I have been playing recently. All in all, its the best conditioned course I have played during this drought which is pleasing because I was very fearful of over watering when we bought a new irrigation system not that many years ago. In any case, I would have thought this is an excellent time to attack areas infested with poa.
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