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February 2002

February 2002


Turf

Improvements in artificial surfaces breathe new life into high-usage fields.
by: Steve Silverman
© February 2002

Artificial turf has undergone a major makeover.

Instead of a hard, abrasive surface that players feared and fans despised, the newer version of artificial turf provides a softer, more cushioned playing field that wears well and can stand up under heavy usage.

Thatís the key to todayís artificial grass-like surfaces. For universities, colleges and high schools with fields that will endure heavy usage, artificial turf may very well be the answer. Grass fields have a hard time holding up when events are scheduled back-to-back for weeks on end.

For example, in any midwestern or northern city where weather is a major factor, ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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