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Play Ball Regular Infield Conditioner

Play Ball Regular Infield Conditioner is a kiln-fired diatomaceous earth (DE) particle that has been hardened long enough to withstand the stress demands of baseball and softball infields. This material is exceptional when used as a Infield Conditioner due to its absorption and moisture retention capabilities.

The design philosophy behind using Diatomaceous Earth as an infield conditioner focuses on Absorption, Moisture Retention, Volume, and improving Soil Structure.

Extremely light red in color, Play Ball Regular has been designed to meet the challenge of wet, dry or compacted infields. Due to its makeup, it is less abrasive than other infield conditioners, and is the most volumous material within the infield conditioner class. Its unique granule, which is comprised of 82% open pore space, is extremely absorbent and helps create porous space required for drainage and recovery.


  • Greater absorption
  • Improves moisture retention
  • Greater volume
  • Improves soil structure
  • Reduces rain delays
  • Prevents rainouts
  • Improves drainage
  • Reduces puddling


Recommended Application when used as an Infield Conditioner:
Amend Play Ball Regular into your soil profile at a rate of 10% by volume.

Coverage Rates:
1 Ton will cover 1,000 sq. ft. at a depth of 1 inch

Baseball Coverage Infield 1” Soil 3” Soil 6” Soil
90’ Bases (Grass Infield) 11,550 sq. ft. 1.25 Tons 3.75 Tons 7.5 Tons
60’ Bases (Little League) 3,850 sq. ft. 0.5 Tons 1.5 Tons 3 Tons
Softball Coverage Infield 1” Soil 3” Soil 6” Soil
65’ Bases (Slow Pitch) 9,200 sq. ft. 1 Ton 3 Tons 6 Tons
60’ Bases (ASA Fast Pitch) 8,300 sq. ft. 1 Ton 2.75 Tons 5.5 Tons
Specifications: Available Colors: Very Light Red
Weight: 25 pounds per cubic foot = 2.95 Yards: 1 Ton
Absorption: 90% Absorption
Packaging Bags: 25 lbs. each, 80 bags per pallet
Supersacks: 1,000 lbs. each, 2 per pallet

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