Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Indiana University - Warm February Weather

I was in Bloomington, IN last Friday.....  Wow, the golf course and the athletic fields do not typically look this green in early February.  In fact, the fairways were in the process on being aerified with solid tines


Next stop, the baseball field.  This field was amended with DuraEdge products in 2010.  The infield is ready for the early season practices and games.


Finally, the softball field.  Here is a shot of the DuraTrax warning track material from the Natural Sand Company.


Best of luck to Brent Emerick and his crew in 2012!

To learn more about IU Athletics, click HERE.

To learn more about DuraEdge products, click HERE.

Go to j-dturf.com to learn more about J&D Turf.

Play on!
--Jamie

1 comment:

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