Wednesday, July 17, 2013

The warning track is exactly that – a warning so players
don’t run into obstacles and get hurt.

What you’re going to do
Your field needs a warning track.

It should extend around the entire field. The warning track provides player safety and reduces wear of turf in front of the dugouts and around the home plate area.

How you do this
Mark off the boundary of your warning track. For example, 10 feet for a high school field.

If you are building a new warning track, use a sod cutter or a smooth bucket tractor to cut the grass out of the warning track area. If you are adding warning track material, then cut this at least 3 inches deeper than the base of the sod. Remove the sod and weeds from the field. READ FULL ARTICLE AT HENDRENGROUP.ME/BLOG


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