Contrary to popular belief, those fancy lawn stripes or patterns you see on professional ballpark or football fields aren't painted on, nor are they achieved by mowing at different heights. Rolling, brushing, or bending the grass affects how the light reflects off of the grass blade, thus creating stripes or even specially designed patterns, such as checkerboards and diamonds.
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You'll start at one end of the field and mow your endzone. What you'll want to do is pick a yard marker and make one mowing pass down that yard marker. Then skip one deck width and go back the other direction on the next yard marker. That'll leave you with two unmowed strips.
Blair Field Manager, Jim Yogi '97, explains how the grass looks like it has stripes.Read more: http://www.csulb.edu/sites/beachmag/2014/06/field-of-our-own/
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By mowing in different directions the leaves reflect light resulting in the appearance of dark and light stripes. The rear roller or the cutting heads on reel mowers provide the best stripes. New rotary mowers that have now added rear rollers on each cutting deck can also provide the striping effect.
The TruMark Soccer Field Layout Tool is designed for soccer organizations and field striping personnel needing a simple yet accurate tool to help in laying out and striping their sports fields. No matter what you requirements you can generate symmetric dimensions for any age group or space restrictions.
The “stripes” that you see on a lawn or athletic field are caused by light reflecting off the blades of grass. They have not been cut at different heights nor are there two different breeds of grass. The “stripes” are made by bending the blades of grass in different directions.