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Researchers seek to maintain healthy greens, reduce construction costs Just like the rest of us, golf courses show their age"”especially on putting greens, which experience more foot traffic than anywhere else on golf courses. Putting greens, which comprise only about 1.6% of the total area on most courses, require more intensive management than any other part of the course. To keep putting greens in top form, turfgrass experts study ways to provide proper nutrients to the root zone, a...
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