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It is a good idea to have a set maintenance checklist, here is an example for one before practice.
Daily Field Maintenance Checklist:
TIP: Daily Routine before Practice:
1. Remove tarps
2. Water skinned areas and baselines
3. Install the bases
4. Erect safety screens for pitcher, first base and second base
5. Place the batting cage at home plate
Field maintenance tip of the day:
TIP: For sports fields, it is better to fertilize lightly and frequently.
Today’s field maintenance advice is BTF’s fertilizing tip of the day.
TIP: Make sure to aerate your field before applying fertilizers. This will allow water, oxygen, fertilizers, etc. to enter the soil and roots of your grass.
What is aerating? Aerating: punching holes about 3-4 inches into your field.
The mowing tip for today’s field maintenance tip of the day is the fourth mowing tip of the week!
TIP 4: If the mower makes turns on the skinned areas and warning track, remove any clippings on those areas.
More tips next week and look forward to the four traditional patterns to mow a baseball field!
Today’s field maintenance tip is the third mowing tip for the week!
Tip 3: Always use sharp blades and/or adjust reels prior to every mowing.
More mowing tips tomorrow!
Today’s field maintenance tip is about mowing! Starting this afternoon there will be one tip on mowing each day this week!
Tip 1: It is important to train employees on equipment to reduce the potential for damage and ensure safety.
Check back tomorrow for another mowing tip!
Today’s field maintenance tip is about drags. A drag is used to smooth the areas of the infield.
Tip: Never drag the drag over grass, always pick up your drag and carry it away.