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A NEW GENERATION OF ARTIFICIAL GRASS GROWING With an increasing awareness of the importance of water conservation, many people are looking for alternatives to natural grass. Natural grass has a lot of added costs such as upkeep, water restrictions and difficulties in growing that make people to start looking for artificial grass as an alternative. It is very easy to maintain the artificial grass and that is why it is gaining increasing demand in the market. Synthetic grass, also called astroturf, artificial grass, or fake grass, or soft fall has come a long way from the plastic looking grass seen on 1970s TV shows. However, the artificial grass of today, feels and looks like the natural grass. Sure it does not look exactly the same, but it looks real enough to make it very difficult to tell the difference without closer examination. The oldest type of soft fall grass is one that resembles carpets and needs to be filled with sand to make it more durable. This is often seen on tennis courts or in playgrounds at kindergartens. Whilst the short pile grass remains popular for its durability and value for money, the new long pile grass is in demand for its grass like characteristics and close resemblance to real lawn. The long pile grass is 40mm long and is woven into rubber at the back to make it more durable.
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An increasing number of synthetic grasses have even been approved by FIFA for use in the surfacing of football fields. We all see players sliding after a win, the long pile grass protects them from having carpet burns as well as providing foot traction while playing. Often the new synthetic grasses have a thin layer of rubber granules or sand trapped within the base of the fibres to provide a cushioning effect. In order to provide the surfacing effect, it would be very good to install the artificial grass on top of a soft ball base just like it is done on the Olympic running field.
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Homeowners of today are also shifting gears and installing synthetic grass in their homes because they lack the time and resources required to grow a natural lawn. When it comes to garden setting, the synthetic lawn has to be perforated in order to have minimal effect on the trees and plants nearby. It also has the advantage of being able to taken up and re-installed in a different area. Depending on the number of bases available an artificial grass can be installed on any kind of a base. These include dirt, compacted road base, wetpour rubber, or concrete. It is possible to either peg it or nail it on timber when installing it. However, the weight of sand and rubber can just be able to hold it in place.