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February 7, 2014   |  

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Global Syn-Turf, Artificial Grass Producer, Holds Grand Opening of New Synthetic Turf Warehouse in San Diego, Califonia

  Global Syn-Turf, Inc., is pleased to announce its expansion with the grand opening of a new warehouse in San Diego, CA. The warehouse, located at 12215 Kirkham Road, Poway, CA 92064, is opening on February 6, 2015, constituting the company's expansion in Southern California and in San Diego metropolitan area. Other Southern California Global Syn-Turf's warehouses are located in Los Angeles and Anaheim.  The new warehouse offers an extensive range of artificial turf and turf accessories. Hundreds of thousands square feet of turf are available for purchase, as well as installation tools, various types of infills, pet odor neutralizers, and much, much more. "With the opening of our second warehouse in San Diego, Global Syn-Turf is excited to strengthen its presence in Southern California," said Rachel Brady, Global Syn-Turf's Sales and Marketing Manager.  "Collectively our Southern California locations will act as a fount of resources, dispensing expert knowledge and state-of-the-art artificial turf products, for the entire Southern California turf and landscaping community, with emphases placed on producing the highest-quality products, promoting eco-friendly installation methodologies, and encouraging water-wise synthetic turf applications. Indeed, opening a warehouse in this location accords with our goal of providing high-quality solutions to our local customers in San Diego and

The Prehistory of Artificial Grass

  When one thinks of artificial grass, the image that comes to mind is that of a lush, verdant yard with plastic fibers or an artificial grass soccer field at their local park. But that hasn't always been the case. In fact, according to a simple Google Search, the phrase "artificial grass" goes all the way back to the 18thcentury, when it had a different meaning. Back then, according to a monthly journal first published in 1861 called Evans's Rural Economist, artificial grass was any grass which required an art to grow (or any grass which required a "green thumb"). According to the journal, "Botanists restrict the term 'grass' to the natural order Graminea; but common observers, and even agricultural writers, in this country, apply the term 'artificial grass' to clovers and lucern, as well also as to timothy, and such grasses proper as require cultivation, restricting the term 'natural grass' to such grasses proper as naturally take possession without artificial seeding." This definition is very different than the meaning of today. Today, on the contrary, artificial grass refers to a synthetic grass surface which doesn't require a green thumb, art, or cultivation at all -- because synthetic grass doesn't grow! It is unclear when the change in meaning occurred, but most likely it started with the introduction artificial

What the #$&% is Artificial Grass?

  The artificial grass of today is a far cry from what it was when it first appeared in 1966. Back then, it was used almost exclusively in sports fields. It was thick-fibered, and its primary purpose was to withstand heavy traffic from the cleats of athletes for long periods of time. Nowadays, the selection of artificial grass products is so variegated that they are used everywhere from playgrounds to veterinary clinics. Some varieties are visually indistinguishable from real grass and still others feel just as soft as the real thing on one's feet. Indeed, artificial grass technologies have advanced so dramatically over the last few years that lawmakers who were once opposed to their being placed in residential settings are now supportive of it. Lawmakers in San Diego, for instance, proposed a bill this year that would permit residents in homeowner associations to replace their natural grass lawns with artificial grass. In the past, if homeowners installed artificial grass, many had to worry about fines and other penalties. Despite these changes, however, the main advantage of artificial grass remains the same. It saves time, money and water. Still, some are not convinced of artificial grass' eco-friendliness. On Houzz, for instance, the number one complaint is that artificial grass harmful to the environment by being a petroleum product and

Global Syn-Turf Introduced Latest Synthetic Grass Technology at 47th Annual NSLGA Professional Turf, Plant & Tree Conference

  Global Syn-Turf, Inc., the green industry's premier artificial grass supplier and manufacturer, has confirmed that its products were showcased at the 47th Annual Professional Turf, Plant & Tree Conference, hosted by the Nassau Suffolk Landscape Gardeners Association (NSLGA). NSLGA's most comprehensive conference of the year, the event took place February 24 at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.   At the conference, around 3,000 decision-makers from around the country gathered for one day of educational seminars and courses and an exhibit hall which showcased more than 200 vendor booths. The annual event serves as an opportunity for green industry professionals to learn new strategies to improve their businesses. Global Syn-Turf's products on display showcased how the green industry -- comprising landscapers, golf courses, arborists, municipalities, schools, etc. -- can save time and money on maintenance, manage labor costs more effectively, and optimize their grounds' playability more easily with the company's artificial grass products.  "Exhibiting at the Professional Turf, Plant & Tree Conference offered a great opportunity to show green industry professionals how Global Syn-Turf can help improve their business with clients. We were excited to be a part of it this year," says Bruce Lamb, Territory Sales Manager, East Coast.

Bernhard Langer Triumph at Belmont. Magic Week.

The 2015 Constellation Senior Players Championship was "a magic week" for Bernhard Langer, two-times Masters Champion, who lead wire-to-wire victory at the Belmont Country Club, Massachusetts. It became Bernhard's 81st individual triumph. This time, he won six shots over Kirk Triplett. In the last round of the Constellation Senior Players Championship, ending with a 3-under 68 closing round and a 6-shot margin of triumph, Langer achieves his 24th career win on the Campions Tour. He became the first senior golfer to repeat as Senior Players winner since Arnold Palmer in 1984-1985. The triumph extended Langer's streak of winning at least one Champions Tour event each year of his membership, starting in 2007. Usually, Langer didn't wait long for his opening victory of the season. He won twice in his first start, three times in his third, twice in his fourth. Over his initial nine starts, Langer had his share of consecutive ends (five top-10s), but no wins. Only in 2012 Langer won on his 14th Champions Tour. This year, calm and methodical Langer was growing impatient by the start of the 48th week. Called the golf's international man of mystery for 25 years since his first Masters championship in 1985, Bernhard

Jon Stewart References California as a Jurassic World But This Time... BOOM! Everything Went Horribly Wrong.

The "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart has his own idea of how to solve the California Drought issue. "First, as you know, California goes through historic unprecedented dry spell. " - says Jon Stewart at Thursday's Daily Show. "We are talking about original movie ideas. BOOM! Take that Jurassic world. Hey, what if they build another dinosaur theme park, but this time things also went horribly wrong." Check Out The Daily Show With Jon Stewart http://www.hulu.com/watch/803181 Then, Stewart explains why there is a little hope for Californians to avoid the consequences of the drought: "I am talking about the catastrophic four-year drought. Californian's reservoirs are empty. The snow pack is gone. What little water remains in control of ruthless, disfigured warlord, doling out precious moisture from his mountain stronghold" (referencing this year blockbuster hit Mad Max.) In the next clip, Stewart demonstrates, is an image of Immortan Joe, the lord of the Citadel (the place that beholds the water supply) in Mad Max, and states "Wow, Jerry Brown has not aged well." "I am just kidding, " - says Stewart. "Jerry Brown didn't age at all. He is still good old governor, putting a water scarcity issue in

How Do You Feel About California's Water Restrictions?

Al Madrigal, L.A. resident, wasn't in mood to discuss California drought with Jon Stewart. "I'm sick of it," - he says. "Back home it's all we talk about. We use to go to dinner and discuss movies. Which stars are secretly gays. But now it's just - "How long was your shower. Did you use a backet? Hey, that's a guy whose lawn is green. Call the cops! " Man, it feels good! I am taking an advantage of your unregulated East Coast Water-topia! Man, it feels good! Jon, I have to get it out of my system before I go home and slip the recycled toilet water. I haven't wasted water like this in years! I am going to paint this town wet, Jon! Named Best Stand-Up Comedian by the HBO/U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Al Madrigal's comedy has been called "dynamic" by The New York Times. His unique, spontaneous and fast-paced lyrical storytelling style has made him a regular on television with numerous appearances on Comedy Central including his own half-hour Comedy Central Presents Special and appearances on John Oliver's New York Stand-up Show and Pretend Time with Nick Swardson. Al has also appeared

Can You Tell Real or Fake? 19 out of 20 people make a mistake...

Take a look at the picture above. Is the lawn real or fake? 19 out of 20 people make a mistake. Test yourself.

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