Via: The Good Men Project
With a little practice, you’ll be hosting the neighborhood ballgame in style.
Does your heart stir when you watch a baseball game and see a neatly striped playing field? Those clean and crisp patterns – checkerboards, diamonds, stripes—do not happen by accident. On time and every time, sporting field groundskeepers produce flawless lines before games with a technique called lawn striping.
If you would love this look for your lawn, you don’t have to apply for a job on the Wrigley Field ground crew to learn how to do it. With an understanding of how lawn striping works and a well-functioning and maintained lawn tractor, you, too, can have a neatly patterned lawn each time you mow – with surprisingly little effort.
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