Development of artificial grass


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In the early 21st century, new artificial grass playing surfaces using sand and/or rubber infill were developed. These "next generation" or "third generation" synthetic turf surfaces are generally regarded as being about as safe to play on as a typical natural grass surface — perhaps even safer in cold conditions.

The needs of artificial turf growing high in Southeast Asia, especially Indonesia and Thailand. Many brands has developing their products. One of the them is Polygrasse. Indonesia is a big country whom people is very interested in Soccer. Unfortunately they lacks of space. So that is why the growth of futsal and indoor soccer center is increasing rapidly.

Since the early 1990s, the use of synthetic grass in the more arid Western states of the United States has moved rapidly beyond athletic fields to residential and commercial landscaping. This trend has been driven by the dramatic improvement in the quality and variety of available artificial grasses, the reduced cost of maintenance and care compared to natural grass, and the realization that artificial lawns can be a significant water conservation measure in areas where water usage is a concern.

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