and softball players noticed a difference when they took to the fields this
fall at two Huntington Beach ballparks. Fields at Murdy Park and Huntington
Beach Central Park Sports Complex are now lush green after they were recently upgraded
with new grass seed and organic top dressing. The organic top dressing was supplied by Agromin, which makes its soils
amendments and top dressing from recycled organic materials.
Murdy Park, the turf was dethatched on the four baseball fields. Three-way rye
seed was laid followed by 90 cubic yards of Agromin's Universal Soil Blend Pro--a
product that combines the company's OMRI-listed Compost 100 with its Universal
Soil Blend. The soil, especially created for the project, was screened so it
had the consistency of coffee grounds.
Huntington Central Park Sports Complex, the fields were aerated, seeded and
then 255 cubic yards of Agromin's Universal Turf a premier top dressing seed
cover was applied to the fields and
products are available to consumers at Larry's Building Materials in Costa Mesa
and Laguna Beach, South Coast Supply in Huntington Beach and Rainbow
Environmental Services (Gate 7) in Huntington Beach. For more information about
Agromin products, go to www.agromin.com or
contact Greg Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org, 714-475-8672.
Labels: ball field renovation, Huntington Beach Central Park, Murdy Park, OMRI-listed compost, soil, top dressing