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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by woodycrest, Oct 1, 2003.
Heres a few shots of my organic greens...
Amazing !! they look great. How did you manage to have no weeds without using pesticides?
this one is struggling, but getting there..
They are not weed free...but the ever thickening bent grass is choking out the weeds slowly. The frost should kill off the annnual weeds. Some greens are infested with clover and black medic, which are really persistent. i spent a lot of time hand pulling weeds this season...not much fun, but persistence will pay off in the long run...
I overseeded all the greens two weeks ago, and just saw some sprouts coming up today...once that bent takes over there will be no room for weeds.
Woodycrest, is that course designed for dwarfs?
What up with the short pins?
good one..hee hee
This course is a pitch and putt, holes range from 60 yards to 120 yards...greens range from 600sqft to about 1700 sqft. It is a private course on a local guys land. He chose the pins. I intend on picking up some 'real' cups and flags soon.
I look after another course about the same size too.
might as well post all 9 holes..
lots of annual weeds on this one..