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1. Light sprinkling of water on turf usually done during the hot part of the day to prevent wilting. Only enough water is applied to wet the leaves, not the soil.<br>
 
1. Light sprinkling of water on turf usually done during the hot part of the day to prevent wilting. Only enough water is applied to wet the leaves, not the soil.<br>
  
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<br>http://www.golfdom.com/golfdom/data/articlestandard/golfdom/232003/59251/syringe_200p.jpg<br>
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The image shows watering at the brightest part of the day
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Source: http://www.golfdom.com/golfdom/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=59251

Revision as of 03:09, 27 February 2006


1. Light sprinkling of water on turf usually done during the hot part of the day to prevent wilting. Only enough water is applied to wet the leaves, not the soil.


syringe_200p.jpg
The image shows watering at the brightest part of the day

Source: http://www.golfdom.com/golfdom/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=59251