Difference between revisions of "Choker Layer"

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1. A layer of coarse sand or fine gravel that separates the finer textured rooting media from the coarse drainage gravel when using the sand construction method.<br><br>
 
1. A layer of coarse sand or fine gravel that separates the finer textured rooting media from the coarse drainage gravel when using the sand construction method.<br><br>
 
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The intermediate layer is also referred to as the binding or choker layer.<br><br>
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The intermediate layer is also referred to as the blinding or choker layer.<br><br>
 
Source: https://www.pitchcare.com/news-media/usga-golf-putting-green-construction-materials.html<br><br>
 
Source: https://www.pitchcare.com/news-media/usga-golf-putting-green-construction-materials.html<br><br>

Latest revision as of 15:12, 10 July 2017


1. A layer of coarse sand or fine gravel that separates the finer textured rooting media from the coarse drainage gravel when using the sand construction method.

QvBdcKKc1.jpg

The intermediate layer is also referred to as the blinding or choker layer.

Source: https://www.pitchcare.com/news-media/usga-golf-putting-green-construction-materials.html