Thursday, August 1, 2013

Weed Control for Baseball and Softball Infields and Warning Tracks

For the most part, high school and recreational baseball and softball seasons are coming to a close.  Typically field maintenance turns to football and soccer.  Next thing you know your infield looks like the one below:


One way to control weeds (most likely crabgrass and goosegrass) on infields and warning tracks is to apply a tank mixture of glyphosate and Sureguard.  Click HERE to see an earlier post on this topic.

The application will typically give you 80-90% control which is much better than having to remove an infield full of weeds in the fall or early spring.

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

Play on!
--Jamie
@JamieMehringer

7 comments:

  1. A lot of the turf in Vancouver could use a little of that love. They've got a lot of weed problems up there, lack of maintenance.

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  2. Where can I find good turf in Vancouver like this? I would really like to redo my yard... Thanks so much for posting!

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  3. We are wanting to do turf installation in Okanagan. Would you suggest this type of turf for a a home lawn?

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  4. That is a cool way to keep the weeds down. Thanks for sharing. I wonder if they have a okanagan turf installation company that does this?

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