Golf Magazine

Graffiti Moss

Posted on the 17 January 2012 by Golfrefugees
The model golf course aesthetics has been Augusta National.
With this seemingly impossible range of layer on layer of greenness being achieved by high water, pesticides usage and even the odd can of green paint to keep up appearances.

Golf Refugees think we’ve found a more environmentally friendly solution to Augusta’s green color addiction.

The unlikely sounding ‘moss graffiti’.

All the Augusta green-keepers need is a few cans of beer, some sugar and several clumps of moss.

Simply add the beer and sugar to the moss and blend the mixture to a creamy paste.

Then you can start painting or spraying your graffiti moss. Eventually the moss will re-constitute itself and grow.
How cool, green and sustainable is that?


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