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  1. Turf TV: Soil Testing

    Soil testing is a great asset to your sports turf management program. Among its many benefits, it can help you better understand nutrient levels and help you create a more effective fertilization program.

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  2. From Neglect to Field of Excellence

    In March 2017, the crew at Berea College in Kentucky was given the tall task of resuscitating a neglected soccer field.

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  3. Turf TV: Infield Materials

    We asked Wes Ganobcik from the Columbus Clippers about what to consider when choosing an infield material. Hear his advice in this episode of Turf TV.

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  4. Turf TV: Soil Profile Samplers

    A soil profile sampler is an essential tool for your turf maintenance program that provides root, insect, layer, thatch, and mat analysis.

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  5. About Soil Conditioners

    Soil conditioners promote better rooting, help compacted fields, and assist with wet areas on natural grass surfaces.

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  6. Field Tip: Infield Stencils

    An infield stencil is a simple way to dress up your pitcher's mound or infield skin of your baseball or softball field.

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  7. Turf TV: Fall Fertilization

    The leaves are changing and there is a chill in the air. That means one thing…late fall fertilization on your athletic fields.

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  8. Turf TV: In the Lab

    In this episode of Turf TV, we give you a behind-the-scenes look into one of the many tests we do to continuously find ways to improve our products and come up with new solutions for your sports field needs.

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  9. Turf TV: Fall Aeration

    In this brief episode of Turf TV, we review the different types of aerators available to help your athletic fields during the busy fall sports season.

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  10. Basic Guide to Synthetic Turf: Part 1

    As synthetic turf companies improve manufacturing techniques, painting and maintaining it has become a whole new ball game. We’ve put together a four part series to help keep you up-to-date.

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