I participated in a pitch performance workshop put on by the Football Association of Thailand and the Thai League.
John Ledwidge answers a question during the FA Thailand & Thai League’s Pitch Performance Workshop on August 5.
Last month I made a trip to Hua Hin and visited two of the fine golf courses there—Royal Hua Hin GC and Banyan GC.
All kinds of colors through the green at Royal Hua Hin GC in May Hua Hin has one of the driest climates in Thailand.
Last year I wrote about a soil temperature turfhack. The soil temperature is almost always between the day’s high and low temperature.
The soil temperature at a 5 cm depth immediately after planting manilagrass stolons on 22 April.
These are the slides and handout for my seminar tomorrow in Bangkok. I don’t expect to record a screencast video of this presentation; the handout is 5 pages and covers most of what I expect to discuss.
This is an interesting story about a common grass that rarely appears in a lawn as just a single species – as a monostand. But at an especially high profile location in Bangkok, the lawns are almost pure javagrass (Polytrias indica).
I was wondering when it usually rains in Bangkok.
The climatological normals for Bangkok show that there is a six month dry season from November to April, in which the average precipitation in each month is less than 100 mm (4 inches).