What to do on a cricket square Vlog. In this Vlog l look at what we are doing at work, which is also more than likely something you can do at your workplace if resources allow. This blog is aimed at the warmer periods of Novemember and December periods.
Cutting is also mentioned, whether that is by a rotary or cylinder type mowers. I also talk heights of cut and key elements to preventing disease entering the grass plant.
Aeration is also mentioned with a few tips of the trade, l hope are of help to others.
I talk through Fertilisation and what you should be looking for from a fertiliser at this time of year and also the link between Disease (red thread) and low nutrient.
Brushing of the grass plant is also talked about and when you need to and don’t need to brush, along with its role in disease prevention. I also mention a couple more benefits of brushing the grass at this time of year.
What to do on a cricket square, by Brian on behalf of the TurfCareBlog community.
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I think this blog ties in well with this vlog, applying fertilisers if no rain is due? – https://turfcareblog.com/applying-fertiliser-if-no-rain-is-due/
Such valuable presentation that explains all so clearly. Vital for cricket ground curators
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