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NATURAL TURF ATHLETIC FIELD SERVICES
Natural grass soil testing is a process used to evaluate the quality and fertility of the soil on which a natural grass lawn or sports field is grown. The goal of soil testing is to identify any deficiencies or imbalances in the soil, such as low nutrient levels or pH imbalances, that can affect the growth and health of the grass.
Fertilizing natural grass is an important part of maintaining its health and appearance. Fertilizer is a material that contains essential nutrients, such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, that grass needs to grow and thrive.
Natural grass overseeding is the process of adding new grass seed to an existing lawn or sports field in order to improve its density, thickness, and overall health. Overseeding is done to repair bare or thin areas, to introduce new grass species that are more tolerant of the local climate, or to improve the turf's color and texture.
Overhaul Full or Partial
Natural grass overhaul is a process used to revitalize a lawn or sports field that has become thin, patchy, or otherwise unhealthy. An overhaul is a more extensive process than overseeding and often involves a combination of different techniques and practices to improve the health and appearance of the grass.
Natural grass sodding is a process used to establish a new lawn or sports field by using pre-grown grass that is cut into sections, or "sods," and then planted in the soil. Sodding is typically done when a new lawn is needed quickly or when reseeding is not an option. This is because sod is already established grass, which means that it can be used immediately after it is installed, unlike seed which has to germinate and grow first.
Turf sprigging is a method used to establish a new natural grass lawn or sports field. It's similar to sodding in that it involves using pre-grown grass, but instead of using whole sections of sod, it uses small pieces of grass, known as "sprigs," that are planted into the soil. The sprigs are cut from a mature grass field, including the roots and a small portion of soil, and then planted onto the prepared soil.
Natural grass drainage remediation refers to the process of improving the drainage of a natural grass lawn or sports field. Poor drainage can cause water to pool on the surface of the grass, leading to damage, disease, and an increased risk of injury. Drainage remediation can involve a variety of techniques to improve the way water flows through and away from the grass.
Baseball / Softball
Over time, the infield can become compacted, uneven, or otherwise damaged, which can affect the safety and performance of the field. Natural turf baseball infield remediation refers to the process of addressing issues with the playing surface of a natural grass baseball infield.