Customer wants to rejuvenate an old baseball field for practice use. Infield is grown over with weeds/grass (it's been maintained by mowing), but has a Diamond-Tex base under these weeds. Customer wants Round-Up sprayed to kill existing weeds, then either mow close, or power-rake dead growth, and may or may not add more Diamond-Tex. Never done anything like this, and looking for tips suggestions that anyone has. Only thing visible is an abundance of clover where infield used to be, and the pitchers mound is visible. Was simply going to string it off and paint mark the edges and go to town with my Permagreen and some Round-Up.