Golf course greens in Wisconsin have been under snow and ice cover for too long. With the spring thaw coming late, some golf courses are taking action to get their turf exposed to sunlight. This green in the Fox Cities was covered in ice for most of the winter.

The superintendent applied ThawDust Black Topdressing Sand in late March. One day later, the snow and ice was melted and the green’s surface temperaure was starting to warm. ThawDust is made from our Fines Free Topdressing Sand, so there is no risk of causing layering damage to your greens. Try some today to speed ice melt and spring turf recovery.

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