Turf Feeding Systems, a Houston fertigation company, is supplying a fertigation system for the new baseball stadium in Amarillo Texas.The new stadium for professional baseball and concert events will include fertigation to maintain the grass field quality and recover from grass damage from concerts. Turf Feeding Systems will grow green lush grass for Amarillo’s new baseball stadium.
Turf Feeding Systems, a Houston fertigation company, will help to grow grass at the new baseball and concert stadium in Amarillo.
Fertigation injects fertilizer into irrigation water to make each drop of water sweet with nutrients to grow lush green grass, reduce labor, water and costs.The fertigation system will give the field manager the ultimate control of water and fertilizer to feed the field lightly every time he irrigates.This fertilizer automation will keep the field at top quality, while reducing labor, water, fertilizer and chemicals.
Concert traffic can seriously damage a grass field, but fertigation is the fastest method to recover areas with grass damage.The field manager just turns up the fertigation to the damaged areas and waters, and the area recovers fast.
A fertigation program can save over $10,000 annually and reduce water use up to 50%.
Michael Chaplinsky, the president and founder of Turf Feeding Systems says, “We have fertigation systems on sports fields and stadiums across the US- San Francisco Giants, and Minnesota Twins stadiums, as well as the Hong Kong Soccer stadium in China.”
Chaplinsky concludes, “Fertigation is a great tool for the field manager at Amarillo’s new stadium.”
To learn more ways Turf Feeding Systems can help visit www.turffeeding.com
Michael Chaplinsky – President / Founder Turf Feeding Systems
Turf Feeding Systems – Katy Texas – USA - The world leader in packaged fertigation systems (fertilizer injection into irrigation) for golf, sports fields, landscapes, resorts and agriculture.
Mr. Chaplinsky has worked for over 35 years implementing water efficiency and sustainability into all types of irrigated projects around the world. He speaks at many conferences and lectures on sustainable soils, landscapes, golf and agriculture.