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artificial-grass

Synthetic grass has become a popular go-to option for both residential and commercial projects because it’s trouble-free, undemanding, and easily manageable.Just as different varieties of natural grass have varying characteristics, you can find different artificial grass types specifically formulated to meet a variety of needs. Artificial grass is much better for the environment too in the long run. There are some amazingly real-looking artificial grass types options. 1.Nylon This is the strongest type of artificial grass that is available on the market. Nylon artificial grass can stand up to both heavyweight and high temperatures without getting matted down or losing its original shape. This is the most expensive type of artificial grass but because it will last so long, it generally offers a great return on the investment. It’s ideal for areas where you won’t be playing as it is not the most comfortable artificial grass option available but will…

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astroturf-history

Artificial football turf is a surface of synthetic fibers made to look like natural grass. Astroturf is most often used in arenas for sports that were originally or are normally played on grass. Astroturf was patented in 1965 and originally sold under the name “ChemGrass.” Artificial turf first gained substantial attention in 1966, when it was installed in the year-old Astrodome, in Houston, Texas. The specific product used was “ChemGrass”, developed by Monsanto and rebranded as AstroTurf; this term since then became a generic trademark for any artificial turf throughout the late 20th century. Donald L. Elbert patented two methods to improve the product in 1971. While AstroTurf was the industry leader throughout the late 20th century, other companies emerged in the early 2000s. FieldTurf, AstroTurf’s chief competitor since the early 2000s, marketed a product of tall-pile polyethylene turf with infill, meant to mimic natural grass more than the older…

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