Artificial Turf (Synthetic Grass) Seminar Report, Abstract

An Introduction to Artificial Turf (Synthetic Grass)

Artificial turf is the material used in making artificial grass. Artificial grass is often seen in playgrounds and parks. It is a recent trend to have artificial grass in lawns and outdoor spaces. It is a replacement to natural grass. The reason why artificial turf is used is that it is easy to maintain. Artificial grass grows fast and needs regular chopping and maintenance. Apart from this, artificial turf always looks fresh and has no effect of the changing seasons. They do not need to be watered like natural grass in order to remain new and fresh. Artificial turf is an excellent option in places where it is not possible to have natural grass growth.

This is why more people are choosing an artificial turf over natural grass. Artificial turf consists of synthetic fibers. Artificial turf first gained importance in the 1960s. Since then its popularity and liking has increased among people. Today, artificial turfs offer sand and recycled rubber. In many sports like football, baseball and field hockey we see the use of artificial turf in the stadium. These grass substitutes also have some downsides. These include: use of petroleum, limited life and toxic chemicals as components. Artificial turf continues to grow in its use with many people trying it as a substitute to natural grass.

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