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Let’s speed up the greens!

Regular verticutting is a necessity on Bermudagrass greens in the growing season. Because the Bermudagrass is growing at such a face pace, the verticut frequency has increased. With these temperatures mixed with a touch of humidity, we are moving to verticutting greens 3-4 times per week, followed by double cutting with our walk mowers.

It's our hope that by sticking to this program, we will notice green speeds to go up and greens roll continue to smooth.

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