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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 green]]s.<br><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 green]]s.<br><br>
http://i.pricerunner.com/img/u2/5/2/16/16/i37722882s.jpeg<BR><BR>
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This man is removing dew from a putting surface.<BR>
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http://www.oxfordcroquet.com/care/worms/switch.jpg<br><br>
Source: http://i.pricerunner.com/<br><br>
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This man is switching a pole in a wide arc across the turf surface.<br>
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Source: http://www.oxfordcroquet.com/care/worms/index.asp<br><br>

Revision as of 13:01, 19 June 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.

switch.jpg

This man is switching a pole in a wide arc across the turf surface.
Source: http://www.oxfordcroquet.com/care/worms/index.asp