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[[Category:Glossary]] [[Category:Sportsturf]] [[Category:SportsturfC5M4]]
 
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1. The dragging of a mat, broom, turf comb, or spring-toothed rake on the surface to stand up the turfgrass, synthetic fibers, or infield material after traffic has occurred.
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1. The dragging of a mat, broom, turf comb, or spring-toothed rake on the surface to stand up the turfgrass, synthetic fibers, or infield material after traffic has occurred.<br><br>
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https://static1.squarespace.com/static/54402fd8e4b0e6f12d48c272/54414133e4b0c2fe87492b2e/54414133e4b0c2fe87492b32/1413562935486/First+Products+AERA-slicer+-+product.jpg<br><br>
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Infield Groomer Attachment | Baseball Field Grooming Equipment<br>
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Source: http://www.texasmultichem.com/sports-turf-equipment/<br><br>

Latest revision as of 17:32, 5 October 2017


1. The dragging of a mat, broom, turf comb, or spring-toothed rake on the surface to stand up the turfgrass, synthetic fibers, or infield material after traffic has occurred.


First+Products+AERA-slicer+-+product.jpg

Infield Groomer Attachment | Baseball Field Grooming Equipment
Source: http://www.texasmultichem.com/sports-turf-equipment/