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Sports Fields : A Manual for Construction and Maintenance

Sports Fields : A Manual for Construction and Maintenance - 99 edition

ISBN13: 978-1575040707

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Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press / Ann Arbor Press
Published: 1999
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Sports Fields : A Manual for Construction and Maintenance - 99 edition

ISBN13: 978-1575040707

Jim Puhalla

ISBN13: 978-1575040707
ISBN10: 1575040700
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 99
Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press / Ann Arbor Press

Published: 1999
International: No
Summary

A definitive how-to book for every practitioner of sports turf--from football to baseball to soccer and everything in between. Sports Fields coverts every important aspect of planning, design, construction and turfgrass maintenance with hundreds of illustrations and step-by-step procedures to help you get the job done right--first time, every time! No other book provides such intricate detail, combined with easy-to-understand guidance.

Sport Fields is unparalleled in quality, practically, and scope. In Part 1 you will learn the basics of turfgrass science and culture. Part 2 provides complete guidance on facility design, construction and renovation--for football, soccer, field hockey, lacrosse, and more. Part 3 covers other facilities such as playground surfaces, and volleyball courts. Procedures for equipment use, quality assurance, and safety are covered in Part 4. In Part 5 you will learn about stadium management, sand fields, turf paints, and many more useful topics.

Author Bio

Puhalla, Jim :

Jim Puhalla is the president of Sportscape International, Inc., a firm specializing in design, construction, renovation and maintenance of sports fields and related facilities, with operations in Youngstown, Ohio and Dallas, Texas. Jim is a frequent contributor to Sports Turf magazine.
Jim studied landscape architecture at Ohio State University and accounting at Youngstown State University. He has worked in the sports field industry since 1978, designing, building, or renovating hundreds of fields throughout the Northeast and in Texas. The company's reconstruction of the Boardman High School field won them a 1995 "Baseball Diamond of the Year" Award from Sports turf.


Krans, Jeff :

Jeff Krans is a Professor of Agronomy at Mississippi State University in the Golf and Sports Turf Management program. He received his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 1975, an M.S. from the University of Arizona in 1973, and his B.S> from the University of Wisconsin in 1970. He has taught and advised students in the turf management program at Mississippi State since 1976.
Jeff has conducted research in turfgrass germplasm collection and evaluation, tissue culture and cell selection techniques, and turfgrass physiology. His most recent accomplishments include the development, patenting and commercialization of turf-type bermudagrass cultivars MS-Pride, MS-Choice, MS-Express, and MS-Supreme, and the development and release of heat and disease resistant creeping bentgrass germplasm. Jeff is a member and former chairperson of the turfgrass Science Division of the Crop Science Society of America, and seminar instructor for the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America.


Goatley, Mike :

A native of Springfield, Kentucky, Mike Goatley is a Professor of Agronomy in the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences at Mississippi State University. Mike received his Ph.D. from Virginia Tech in 1988, his M.S. from the University of Kentucky in 1986, and his B.S. from the University of Kentucky in 1983. He has taught and advised students in the Golf and Sports Turf Management program at Mississippi State since 1988.

Table of Contents

PART I: PRINCIPLES OF SPORTS TURF CULTURE.

Chapter 1. Turfgrass.
Chapter 2. Soils and Soil Science.
Chapter 3. Fertility and Fertilizers.
Chapter 4. Aeration.
Chapter 5. Thatch.
Chapter 6. Mowing.
Chapter 7. Irrigation.
Chapter 8. Drainage.
Chapter 9. Turfgrass Stresses and Remedies.
Chapter 10. Wise Use of Chemicals.

PART II: SPORTS FIELDS.

Chapter 11. Baseball and Softball Fields.
Chapter 12. Football and Rugby Fields.
Chapter 13. Soccer, Lacrosse, and Field Hockey Fields.
Chapter 14. Lawn Bowling Greens and Croquet Courts.

PART III: OTHER SPORTS SURFACES.

Chapter 15. Tennis Courts.
Chapter 16. Track and Field Facilities.
Chapter 17. Sand Volleyball Courts.
Chapter 18. Playgrounds.
Chapter 19. Bocce Courts.

PART IV: QUALITY, EVALUATION AND SAFETY OF SPORTS FACILITIES.

Chapter 20. Sports Field Evaluation Equipment.
Chapter 21. Field Quality and Evaluation.
Chapter 22. Safety.

PART V: ANCILLARY INFORMATION.

Chapter 23. Surveying.
Chapter 24. Sand and Sand-Based Fields.
Chapter 25. Stadiums.
Chapter 26. Paints and Covers.
Chapter 27. Sports Fields: Past, Present, and Future.

Glossary.
Index.

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