Monday, June 12, 2017
DryJect on Greens
This past Thursday, Robert Main with Turfgrass Solutions was on site to conduct another DryJect application to the greens. This is the second consecutive year that we've asked Robert to come out to complete the process on the greens. Last year, I wrote about how the machine works and the benefits that can be expected. For those interested, that information can be found here. One of the biggest benefits of the process is how playable the greens are immediately afterwards. Typically after a core aeration, the greens are not very playable for a week or so. The DryJect process actually makes the greens firmer, instead of softer, which gives the grounds department the ability to keep them faster and smoother than a traditional aeration. The dime-sized marks that are left behind will heal in within the next 7-10 days. As always, we appreciate your patience while we recover from the project. If you have any questions about this, or any other topic, feel free to contact me. Thank you.