Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Great Varieties On Artificial Football Turf

Artificial turfs were at once preferred as they were effective in reducing maintenance cost and man power. Usually it would take millions of gallons of water per year to keep the fields nourished along with extra costs of pesticides and fertilizers. Stadiums had to be shut down on temporary basis to renovate the fields and the numbers of games played were limited. Artificial came as a solution to all these problems, as it required no water, no pesticides, no fertilizers and of course no man power. However, due to the flaws mentioned, football turfs some how lost its popularity.