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Compost scores high on golf course



Compost scores high on golf course



BioCycle 45(7): 52-54



This paper describes a study at the North Shore Country Club in Glenview, Illinois, USA, on the use of yard trimmings and biosolids compost to improve turf ecology on its golf course. In 1996, the North Shore Country Club in Glenview, Illinois, USA, got its first research opportunity by participating in a 2-year study of various composts. The study objective was to observe differences in diseases - specifically snow mould depression - between various plots.

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