“Grass Fields CAN Take More”
Mizzou Sports Field Manager Josh McPherson’s Use of Universe Fraze Mowing Featured During Mizzou Soccer Match on SEC Network+
Columbia, MO; September 8, 2014: In June, University of Missouri Sports Field Manager Josh McPherson became the 1st SEC Sports Field Manager to utilize Universe fraze mowing. Friday night, Mr. McPherson was featured during the Mizzou soccer match on SEC Network.
Universe fraze mowing, a new cultivation practice adapted from an existing European practice, debuted in the United States in March, 2013. Friday night, Mizzou Network featured Mr. McPherson and his decision to make Audrey J. Walton soccer field the 1st SEC field Universe mowed. Josh spoke of the reasoning for using the outside the box technique during the Mizzou v Northwestern soccer match on SEC Network+. See the feature here: http://youtu.be/sBwkOEWqu4c?list=UUsWz3SZVLdg3g51HSN4lPNA
Walton Field was one of five college soccer fields to be Universe fraze mowed in 2014, and one of 19 total fields in the US. Unique to Mr. McPherson’s use of the technique at Mizzou, Walton Field had the shortest regeneration window before it’s next use. Also unique, Walton Field was the 1st soccer field ever maintained by Universe fraze mowing developer Jerad Minnick. Minnick, President of Growing Innovations and creator of Growing Green Grass, is a graduate of Mizzou and alumni of Mizzou Athletic’s Sports Turf intern program.
For more on the development of Universe fraze mowing, see www.GrowingGreenGrass.Net.
About Growing Innovations: Growing Innovations is a natural grass support and education firm dedicated to a single mission: Establishing How Natural Grass Fields CAN Take More Use. Through creating and sharing new and improved concepts for natural grass field construction and maintenance, Growing Innovations illustrates a new world of possibilities for natural grass fields. Because “if you always do what you have always done, you will always get what you always got”. www.GrowingInnovations.Net
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