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Topdressing Athletic Fields

Ryan Adams

This publication discusses whether a topdressing program is the right path to take, how to incorporate a program through cultivation, general costs of topdressing, the importance of sand particle size and how much sand is needed when applied on the surface following aerification.

Pages / Length: 3
Publication Date: 03/2016
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