Horticulture Research Station
Authors: Adam Thoms (Iowa State University) , Ben Pease (Iowa State University) , Nick Christians (Iowa State University)
Golf course superintendents struggle to find affordable topdressing sand for putting greens that offers characteristics to benefit the rootzone after hollow tine aerification. This is especially problematic in areas where the cost of trucking is greater than the sand.
How to Cite:
Thoms A. & Pease B. & Christians N., (2019) “Evaluation of Hollow Tine Core Aerification Recycling on Sand-Based Putting Greens”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 1(2018).