Infield Dragging

Infield Dragging
Infield skinned areas are the most used portion of any baseball or softball field and therefore need constant attention to insure good playing conditions. Infield skinned area soils should have 20 - 30% clay content. Because of this higher clay content, skinned areas can become too compacted which negatively impacts the overall quality of play.
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Avoid Rain Outs With Internal Drainage Systems

Avoid Rain Outs With Internal Drainage Systems
It may seem ironic to plan for rain events in Laredo, Texas, but when you consider an organization's lost revenue due to a rainout, an internal drainage system is an investment to significantly reduce the likelihood of such a situation.
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Baseball Field Construction at Laredo Uni-Trade Stadium

Baseball Field Construction at Laredo Uni-Trade Stadium
Texas Multi-Chem recently completed the baseball field construction at Laredo's new Uni-Trade Stadium, home of the Laredo Lemurs. The Lemurs join the American Association league (part of the Independent Professional Baseball organization) and are managed by former Texas Ranger outfielder Pete Incaviglia.
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Sports Field Irrigation

Sports Field Irrigation
Does your current sports field irrigation system create "crop circle" patterns on your athletic fields? Do you constantly struggle to adequately water your athletic fields? Contact TMC at 1-800-292-1214. We can help put together a solution that balances proper sports field irrigation and water conservation.
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One Day Baseball Field Renovation

One Day Baseball Field Renovation

Old Edgewood HS baseball field back in service...ready for spring season baseball practice. TMC renovated the Edgewood High School baseball practice field in San Antonio. The condition of the baseball field had deteriorated to the point where it really couldn't be used at all...

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TMC Sports Turf "MVP" - Kenny Hooten of Lockney ISD

TMC Sports Turf "MVP" - Kenny Hooten of Lockney ISD
This month Texas Multi-Chem honors Kenny Hooten, Head of Maintenance and Grounds at Lockney ISD, for his dedication in maintaining some of the best high school baseball and softball fields in West Texas. Recognizing excellence in turfgrass management, Kenny has received the prestigious TMC Sports Turf "MVP" Award. Kenny Hooten, a Lockney native, is head of maintenance and grounds for Lockney ISD. In charge of managing the football stadium, the baseball and softball fields as well as the other school district grounds, you can say Kenny Hooten is more or less a 'one man band' when it comes to the sports field maintenance at Lockney ISD. Being responsible for the fertilizing, overseeding, mowing, watering, dragging and weed control on the athletic fields keeps Kenny's plate full all the time.
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Infield Maintenance - Part 5 - Fertilization, Weed Control

Infield Maintenance - Part 5 - Fertilization, Weed Control
Baseball and Softball Infield Maintenance. Part 5. Fertilization, Weed Control. The key elements to successful care of the turfgrass are mowing, irrigation, aerating, fertilization and weed control.
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TMC Sports Turf "MVP" - Galen Davidson of Burnet CISD

TMC Sports Turf "MVP" - Galen Davidson of Burnet CISD
This month Texas Multi-Chem honors Galen Davidson, Head Groundskeeper at Burnet CISD, for his outstanding work in maintaining the best 3A baseball and softball fields in Texas. Recognizing excellence in turfgrass management, Galen has received the highly coveted TMC Sports Turf "MVP" Award...
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