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1. Know the Physical Properties of The Field.

Before taking care of the field, the type of soil & grass of the field, the drainage process and the atmosphere surrounding the field (bugs, animals, etc.) all must be known.

2. There Must Be a Routine Care System.

It is important to assess the state of the field before beginning care of the field. The routine system should consist of mowing, watering, fertilizing, cultivating, overseeding, topdressing, rolling & managing thatch. All of this depends on the physical properties of the field.

3. Manage the Schedule of the Field. The number of events scheduled to take place at the field will affect the state it is in. The more events scheduled, the greater the amount of time is that must put into taking care of the field.

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