Grass is a better playing surface in many ways and for many sports than hard ground, but it's also a lot more fragile. It doesn't stand up well to heavy usage and hard impacts, so being used for sport often means worn or bald patches of grass, churned-up areas and dents in the ground. Fake grass offers the same kind of playing surface as real grass and makes a fantastic, authentic-feeling substitute which is much more hardwearing.

Low Maintenance

Given the lack of resilience that real grass has when it has to deal with heavy sports usage, how do real grass sports fields ever remain usable? The answer, of course, is regular maintenance. This is hard work, however, and to remain in peak condition it requires a lot of mowing, replanting and other work. Artificial grass, on the other hand, can be manufactured in the ideal state for sport and will remain that way with little or no wear and without growing and having to be cut.

Ultimately Versatile

Another of the biggest advantages of synthetic grass is that it is very versatile. It can be used after heavy rain as soon as the weather dries up without fear of excessive mud and soft ground, whereas real grass can take a long time to dry out. It will also perform just as well in any kind of lighting conditions, over any kind of soil, and can even provide a grass playing field experience indoors.

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