Arguably the most important asset of a bowling club.
Salisbury Bowling Club has a six rink grass green.
The green is maintained by a small section of club members organised by Mr Ron Notley.
This regiment of helpers commit themselves throughout the playing season and beyond.
The green requires cutting three or more times a week.
Professional treatment and expertise is also used to maintain the green.
The green suffered an infection in 2007, Dollar Spot. This necessitated two years of continued treatment.
Dollar Spot disease starts as small circular patches of dead grass. It is caused by a fungus. The fungus survives over winter but is not actively growing. When the warmer temperatures are reached in spring the fungus will start growing and spreading.