Knowledge Is Power; Share Your Knowledge on Field Maintenance

Keeping sports turf safe, playable and looking good is a lot like playing golf; you can do things right 99 percent of the time but one little error and (in golf) the ball will go astray and (in maintenance) the fields will look as if you weren’t really trying. To make it more difficult, your patrons are bombarded with images of lightly trafficked, big budget, well maintained college and professional fields and often assume their local fields should look the …

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One comment on “Knowledge Is Power; Share Your Knowledge on Field Maintenance

  1. D Reed on said:

    It is a great idea to share in all facets of recreation while we have the personnel who have years of that hard earned experience still in our ranks. The staff coming up behind really do need the encouragement and benefits of the tried and true methods that senior staff have to contribute. Share!

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