Sunday, October 6, 2013

Fall is a Great Time to Work on Baseball and Softball Infields

Fall is a great time to work on baseball and softball infields. In the fall the weather is drier, infield mix is dry and fields are under less pressure of field use than in the spring  Due to this fact, I wanted to re-post a couple posts on infield mix work.  

Click HERE to see a post in regards to adding Dura Edge Pro to Parkview Field.
Click HERE for a post explaining how to add new infield mix to an existing infield.

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Play on!


  1. What would you recommend an athletic department do to their infields in the fall to make sure they are ready for the following spring?

    1. I would ensure that any adding of infield mi be accomplished in the fall. Then make sure the infield is laser graded or graded to ensure no low areas. Then roll the infield and condition if the field is scheduled for early spring use. In the spring, make sure the infield is rolled with a 3 ton duel drum roller before getting on the infield to settle any frost heaving. Thanks!