Tuesday, December 31, 2013

2013 - #1 Viewed Blog Post - Weed Control for Baseball and Softball Infields and Warning Tracks


And now, for the most viewed blog post of 2013.........

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

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