Bentgrass used for golf greens grows to a height of about 30 cm when not maintained. Golf greens are usually maintained by trimming this grass to a height of a few millimeters.
Dense roots spread throughout the ground under this grass, which is regularly trimmed and subjected to treading on a daily basis. The power of these roots, which is not generally apparent, helps maintain strong, verdant, and beautiful greens.
Not only turf, but also trees, flowers, and all plant life are sustained by roots.
Golf courses that satisfy golf players, and beautiful parks that soothe visitors.
To help people feel like coming back again, we grow and maintain strong roots behind the scenes.
We wish to serve people through our work in the manner that "roots" do.

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