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Synthetic Grass

Synthetic grass are other savvy known as fake grass, they are somewhat surface wanted to look like normal grass. Despite the fact that it is destined to have a characteristic look, it is created exclusively utilizing unique manufactured material. 462 more words

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Inner-city turf war shaping up over Rutherford Park

For an oddly-shaped patch of grass that was never really intended to be a sports field per se, Rutherford Park has become the unlikely place for an inner-city turf war. 647 more words

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Synthetic Football Turf: A Groundsman and Supporters View

Many clubs, particularly with today’s sport, are making the decision to switch from natural grass to synthetic turf. So just suppose your club makes the decision to install a 3G pitch, for many this will be a gamble, a risk, and potentially a very controversial decision. 734 more words

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Artificial Grass

Artificial grass, reciprocally otherwise called engineered grass or turf, is a famous genuine grass elective. Such a surface is built with manufactured materials for an assortment of purposes and employments. 488 more words

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Synthetic Football Turf: A Player and Coaches View

Many clubs, particularly with today’s sport, are making the decision to switch from natural grass to synthetic turf. So just suppose your club makes the decision to install a 3G pitch, for many this will be a gamble, a risk, and potentially a very controversial decision. 634 more words

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Synthetic Turf: Is it Safe?

Synthetic sports surfaces will turn 50 years old in 2016, with the first major installation being the Houston Astrodome which opened in 1966.  2016 also sees the 40th anniversary of the use of synthetic turf as an Olympic sports surface, as the 1976 Montreal Olympics was the first time an Olympic Hockey tournament was played synthetic turf.  1,192 more words

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Rosslyn Park Embrace Synthetic Turf

With more and more clubs starting to see synthetic turf as a viable and profitable alternative to traditional grass pitches, it’s no surprise that one of the UK’s oldest rugby clubs have converted to a 3G pitch to help secure their future. 468 more words

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