For as long as I can remember, I have spent most of my winters going to continuing education classes. I can recall many great talks about baseball field maintenance for all different levels of competition.
There is increased interest in turfgrass management strategies that are intended to reduce or eliminate synthetic pesticides and, in some cases, synthetic fertilizers.
Under normal circumstances, the drainage for your synthetic field is invisible, at least to spectators and players. And that's the way it's supposed to be. The field should shed water and remain playable
Last summer I was fortunate to have travelled to the United Kingdom to further my turf management education. The trip confirmed the deep-rooted concepts on turf management that many of us have been taught.
STMA Sourcebook gets new look
The Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) Industry Sourcebook will feature a new look and enhanced functionality for 2013. Created by the STMA and Green Media, publisher of SportsTurf magazine.
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