Difference between revisions of "Poling"

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[[Category:Glossary]]  [[Category:Turf]] <br> 1. Using a long (bamboo) switch or pole to remove dew and exudations from a turf by switching the pole in a wide arc while it is in contact with the turf surface. Also used in breakup of clumps of clippings and earthworm casts. The practice is usually confined to putting greens.<br> <br>
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1. Using a long (bamboo) switch or pole to remove dew and exudations from a turf by switching the pole in a wide arc while it is in contact with the turf surface. Also used in breakup of clumps of clippings and earthworm casts. The practice is usually confined to putting greens.<br>
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Revision as of 13:59, 25 January 2006


1. Using a long (bamboo) switch or pole to remove dew and exudations from a turf by switching the pole in a wide arc while it is in contact with the turf surface. Also used in breakup of clumps of clippings and earthworm casts. The practice is usually confined to putting greens.