Creating A Bufferzone At Everglades Country Club

Superintendent Chris Haynes discusses the benefits of creating a buffer between greens and fairways.

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As of Oct 4th 2022, the Environmental Science division of Bayer was divested and transferred to Envu. Note that this content was produced prior to separation.

Jyri Kaapro, Senior Market Development Specialist at Envu speaks with Chris Haynes, Course Superintendent at Everglades Country Club in New South Wales. Chris talks about the benefits of creating a bufferzone between the greens and fairways. He explains that the buffer zone, made of Thai Bentgrass with Poa cores, acts as a "Kill Zone" to prevent the Kikuyu runners from reaching the green. This buffer zone helps identify and remove the runners, either manually or through chemical spraying. Watch the video to learn more.

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