Difference between revisions of "Vertical mowing"

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This image is an example of what a vertical mower looks like.
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This image is an example of what a vertical mower looks like.<br>
  
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Revision as of 20:23, 25 February 2006


1. The use of a device with blades that cut vertically into the turf canopy to sever lateral stems, thin grass and dethatch. Also known as verticutting.

2. The thinning of turf grasses by blades or wire tines which cut perpendicular to the soil surface. Specifically designed to remove mat, thatch, and grain from putting greens; to thin dense turf.

Verti_Cutter.jpg

This image is an example of what a vertical mower looks like.

Source: http://www.ptbogolf.com