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Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Current Set of Baseball Field Covers

Worn out baseball field covers may technically still work, but they’re far from ideal for controlling field conditions. 

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How to Use Baseball Field Covers Without Risking Turf Damage

With so many potential benefits from baseball field covers, many field managers wonder just how long and how often they can apply the cover without damaging the turf. 

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Weighting and Anchoring Options for Baseball Field Covers

Even the most durable baseball field cover is only as good as the weights or anchors you use it to keep it down. 

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What Materials Work Best for Making Custom Field Covers?

When making or ordering a custom field cover for a baseball facility, you’ll start the process by selecting a material. 

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Custom vs Pre-cut Baseball Field Covers

Field managers are busy enough with worrying about irrigation, overseeding schedules, fertilizer availability, and the ever-present threat of vandalism. 

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How Much of the Baseball Field Needs Covering?

There’s no one right answer to the question of how much to cover of your current baseball field.

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What’s the Difference Between a Tarp and a Field Cover?

The term tarp is short for tarpaulin, which is a general term used today to describe practically any flexible sheet used to cover or protect something. 

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Why Use a Baseball Field Cover?

When you’re already dealing with a tightly stretched athletic team and field maintenance budget, it’s not easy to justify the purchase of specialty covers. 

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