Picture Perfect: Mowing Techniques for Lawns, Landscapes, and Sports

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Wiley, Jun 15, 2001 - Architecture - 160 pages
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"Some artists use canvas to create a work of art. David Mellor uses a baseball field. His patterns are so precise and imaginative, I call him the Rembrandt of groundskeeping."
--Bob Uecker, Milwaukee Brewers Broadcaster

Now you can transform your sports field or clubhouse lawn into an envy-grabbing work of optic art. In this book, David Mellor shares the turf mowing and maintenance secrets that have made him one of the leading creators of elaborate patterns used on athletic turf nationwide. Articles about Mellor's work have been published in the New York Times and USA Today, and he is currently the director of grounds for the Boston Red Sox Baseball Club. In Picture Perfect, Mellor gives you the benefit of his years of experience along with simple-to-use techniques for creating playing fields that are without doubt a cut above the rest.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
15
Chapter FERTILIZATION
37
Chapters COMMON NUISANCES
51
Copyright

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David Mellor is currently the Director of Grounds for the Boston Red Sox Baseball Club and a consultant to the Simplicity company. He is one of the leading creators of elaborate patterns used on athletic turf nationwide. Articles about his work have been published in the New York Times, USA Today, and he has appeared on numerous television and radio programs. In Picture Perfect, David gives you his years of experience and simple-to-use techniques, so you can make your lawn or sports field the envy of your neighbors and colleagues.

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