RALEIGH, N.C. — If a whiff of fresh cut grass makes you start humming “Take me out to the ball game,” then you’re either itching for spring training, passionate about turfgrass management, or both.
In our latest episode of Farms, Food and You, we’re learning all about what it takes to make that ballpark green and healthy, along with why North Carolina is such a great spot for turfgrass research and the industry. We’ll chat with NC State Professor and Extension Turf Specialist Grady Miller and Durham Bulls Ballpark Head Groundskeeper Cameron Brendle to understand that a pretty patch of grass takes a lot of know-how—and sometimes, a little bit of make-up.
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