March 2020 - Sporturf

March 2020

Sporturf Tech Tip #3 Mold and Fungus With Turf

Fungus, Mold Spots or Moss The following instructions are provided to assist you if you ever need help with the removal of fungus, mold spots or moss from your turf. Like many other products that are outdoors and come into contact with the elements, your turf may at some point develop bacterial growth. If that does happen the following tips will help eliminate the issue. Use TurfStat™ PRO, a synthetic turf disinfectant is proven to kill germs on non-porous surfaces...
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Learn About the Synthetic Turf Council Today!

The Synthetic Turf Council is a 501(c)6 non-profit trade association serving the synthetic turf industry. Vision To improve the world through synthetic turf Mission To serve as the global forum to promote, develop, grow and advocate for the synthetic turf industry. Purpose To be the voice of our industry by promoting the benefits of synthetic turf systems. STC's Four Pillars of Strategic Priority Advocacy STC serves as a trusted source and adviser to the industry through a collective and unified...
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San Diego State University Chooses Sporturf

Designer: David DiGeronimo with DMA Sports Group Architect: Swinerton Contractor: AFE Sports Product: FL510T-95 Note: a 95 oz 1 3/4” pile slit film with a nylon thatch. Infill: Zeofill Field: Multi-use-soccer, lacrosse, and rugby When asked about the install David DiGeronimo of DMA Sports Group had this to say, "Sporturf supplied the Los Angeles Recreation and Parks specification flawlessly for the SDSU Project. Sporturf was selected based on its reputation as a leader in manufacturing turf.  Key points taken away...
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