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Turf War At The Bay Area Largest Water Agency

Tor Mclean, the resident of Lafayette, California, solved the California historic drought issue at his own backyard. He tore away his water-thirsty lawn and turned it into a beautiful, eternally green retreat that requires zero maintenance and lowers approximatly 70% of his monthly water bill. Plus, he is getting a rebate from East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) to decrease the cost of transition.

"I want it look pretty. I want it look good, " -said Tor Mclean. "Don't have to spend a lot of money on it, and conserve water. No matter if the drought is over or not," - he said, "this project is going to stay."

Abby Figueroa, the East Bay Municipal Utility District, told ABC7 News that the agency planned the cap up to $2,500 in cash rewards to homeowners who are switching to the drought-tolerant natural plants. They might extend rebates to those who go with artificial grass with a cap of $1,200. But California Redbud, Cleveland Sage and Cofee Berry, though look decent on the front lawns, can't replace traditional California backyards, the place for kids to play and for adults to enjoy the 4th of July barbeque. But not everyone is happy.

As a continuous effort to minimise the plastic waste, the Alameda County public recycling agency, sent a letter in protest to Est Bay Mud. "This stuff has no place to go after its useful life other than a landfill, and people may install it and send it to landfill a few years after the drought is over," Stop Waste spokesperson Gary Wolff said.

But the question is: will the drought be over in a few yeas? Artificial grass life expectancy under regular traffic is at least twenty years. Most Californians realize that no matter what agencies say, July 1 water price increase is just a beginning.

EBMUD raised water rates three years in a row. Someone has to pay for aging infrastructure, and this someone is California residents. Last year, Abby Figueroa mentioned that increasing water prices are "politically challenging." Now, when the California drought got to the catastrophic stage, it is time to invest in a new technology, and it will affect the cost of every household in the state.

"The drought has been the main drive in the industry. People look for the alternatives to their real sod," - said Andrew Gao, Global Syn-Turf's CEO, in his interview with Cornell Barnard, ABC7 News.

As Cornell Barnard mentioned on air, the artificial grass business is booming. "Grass is always greener at Global Syn-Turf. The demand is so high for the fake grass they make it's been hot for their business for the last two years."

Most synthetic turf manufacturers in the United States have a challenging time to keep with growing demand. Some of them have at least three months in back orders. At Global Syn-Turf, we are happy to give an immediate solution to our customers. Global Syn-Turf is the largest manufacturer of artificial grass in the United States with the largest inventory of highest quality synthetic grass in the country. Every order is fulfilled in the timely manner. While most companies have no manufacturing capacity to produce enough turf for sky-rocketing demand, we can supply turf TODAY. Plus, if you walk through our website, you will see the biggest collection of grass and the widest range of technologies we have innovated throughout years.

Global Syn-Turf collection of artificial grass is impressive and contains more than 65 different types of turf - from landscape applications and sports fields to professional putting greens and unique grass with exceptional drainage intended for pet areas.

With warehouses in Northern and Southern California and all around the country, there is no need to wait three months or more to lower your water bills. Call us today and start saving water immediately.

Cornell Barnard, ABC7 News, believes that "during the drought there is nothing fake about saving water."
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June 24, 2015   |   Artificial Grass, Artificial Grass, Artificial Turf, Artificial Turf, Fake Grass, Fake Grass, Synthetic Grass, Synthetic Grass, Synthetic Turf, Synthetic Turf, Artificial Grass Cost, Artificial Grass Cost

Bernhard Langer Triumph at Belmont. Magic Week.

fakegrass 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 Langer is the golf's most pronounced stoic. He was placed in the Top 10 88 times, and he finished in the top 25 120 times.

Most players are struggling to understand the Belmont's greens, but with a help of Terry Holt, Langer felt comfortable. He opened 65-65, three-putted twice the week and averages thirty putts per round. Impressive 89 percent for someone who doesn't recall being in the Boston area before.

"I think I was, throughout my career, fairly consistent and had a lot of good years," - said Langer once. "I might have been a little bit better than the average player as well. I tried to stay in shape and I'm still playing some golf and having fun doing it. There're lot of other guys who do the same. I think I just feel that I can still improve myself, I can still learn about my technique and the way I play golf. I can still become a better chipper and putter of the golf ball and if I can improve just a little bit, let's say a stroke a day, that would be phenomenal because it would mean three of four shots for the week, which means that I would be up there at the top of the leaderboard somewhere."

"Congratulations, Mr. Langer!" - Dave Maronic is excited to see the golf legend win once again. Dave with the team visited Bernhard Langer private residence in Southern Florida two years ago. "It's amazing what a man can do if he spent as much time on green as Bernhard Langer. He loves the game, and with a golf settings in his backyard, he can practice anytime. As some say - no pain or suffering with Mr. Langer - just pure, beautiful golf."

As you know, Global Syn-Turf's premium quality putting greens never requires watering and mowing, and designed to receive shots like real bent- and Bermuda grass greens. It helps professional golfers by allowing them to practice swings without leaving their comfort zones.

Global Syn-Turf putting greens provide golfers with a first-class golf experience. It gives resilience, smoothness and firmness - which characteristics contribute to the overall speed of the putting green and yield green speeds up to 15 with infill and nine to 10 without. Moreover, Global Syn-Turf putting greens are pet, child and environmentally friendly with no need for watering, fertilizing, disposal of grass clippings, and greatest of all, no need for lawn mowers all of which free up the golfer's time for practicing his game. And finally, Global Syn-Turf has a full range of colors, heights, and thickness to fulfill the requirements of any professional golfer's ideal grass.
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June 16, 2015   |   Golf Course, Golf Course, Bernhard Langer, Bernhard Langer, Golf Club, PGA Golf, PGA Golf, Golf Club, Golf Clubs, Golf Clubs, Golf Equipment, Golf Equipment, Pga Golf Leaderboard, Pga Golf Leaderboard

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

fakegrass 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 terms that anyone on "shrooms" can understand. "

In the next clip presents the Jerry Brown quotes: "Someone will call water a right. Someone will call water an essence of life. Water is a baptism. Water is a poetry."

Jon Stewart seems to have a hard time to agree with a poetic associations of the governor of California. He says: "Roses are read. Violets are blue. Can I wash my f#* wash car or not?"

Can California conserve enough water to support life in the state? Stewart thinks there is time to get on top of the disaster: "California instituted mandatory water restrictions. They are tempting to get overall water usage down to 25 percent, obviously not including agriculture which is most of the water usage. But right now, usage is only down 9 percent, so it is time to get real."

As we know, apart from the state government ideas to desalinate the water from the ocean, which will inevitably increase the cost of water five times or more, and the latest plan of Jerry Brown to build two tunnels to divert water around the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to the south, the water recycling plan sounds more realistic as now. Some Southern California communities are using the recycled water, and it works well for them and the environment. But what do people think of this alternative?

"This 620 million dollar water recycling plant turns treated sewage from the sanitation department next door into drinkable water. The water that comes out is cleaner than most tap water in the country. It's officially called "Indirect potable reuse", but it's more descriptively known as toilet-to-tap."

It is easier to say from the East Coast location, where the Daily Show is filmed, but Stewart is more open-minded than most of us. He says: " It's known as toilet-to-tap, but there are steps in between. You are not just sticking a drinking straw in somebody's ass. There is a process it goes through. But, obviously, thanks to the name toilet-to-tap, people tends to react to this God-sent drought solution like this."

What do people think about the recycled water? Or, rather, how do they feel about it?

"That's dirty. That's nasty."

"It's kind of disgusting."

"Yucky factor."

"Major icky and gross factor."
Gayle King is not an exception: "Of course when you how it is done, it's just a graphic in my mind - what I've seen in the toilet it's scary."

"Californians! If you want to buy something you don't call it what it's really is. You have to spice it up a little bit. Like, porn. You think the Valley would have porn, if porn were renamed "Sad Romanians. F*# for money?" - asks Stewart.

Snitching, according to Stewart, is a "far more renewable resource" of water conservation than technologies to recycle water. He mentions that some water agencies in California launched the app for people to report water wasters.
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June 15, 2015   |   Water Conservation, Water Conservation, California Water, California Water, California Drought, California Drought, Drought California, Drought, Drought, Water Scarcity, Water Scarcity, Drought In California, Drought In California, Drought California

How Do You Feel About California's Water Restrictions?

fakegrass 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! "

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Man, it feels good! I am taking an advantage of your unregulated East Coast Water-topia! Man, it feels good!

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Jon, I have to get it out of my system before I go home and slip the recycled toilet water.

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I haven't wasted water like this in years!

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I am going to paint this town wet, Jon!

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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 with Conan O'Brien (as one of the first 20 guests during his stint as host of "The Tonight Show," and on "Conan" on TBS) as well as multiple appearances on ""Lopez Tonight," "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

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June 11, 2015   |   California Water, California Water, California Drought, California Drought, Drought, Water Scarcity, Water Scarcity, Drought In California, Drought In California, Drought California, Drought California, Drought

Pet Grass 85 Complete Installation Guide By Dr. Simmons at Drake and Other Fallen Police Dogs Memorial

We are honored to be a part of the remembrance of Drake and other police canine companions, fallen protecting us. Drake was shot four times on November, 18 2012. He was a German Shepherd retired from a force. In spite of heroic efforts by the best veterinarians in the country, Drake didn't make it. He passed away five days later after shooting.

In the interview to local news, Dr. Simmons' stated: "They (police dogs) are currently classified as equipment, - the depreciable equipment with no value when they are retired. Do dogs deserve some form of status? Hero Status really..."

The video has been captured at K-9 dedicated Drake and other fallen police dogs Memorial in Greenacres, Florida where GST donated one of our best products - PetGrass-85. Dr. Ken Simmons gives a complete overview of the project done at the Memorial and the ultimate guide to every step of the installation process. Thank you, Dr. Simmons!

Global Syn-Turf produces more than 65 different lines of artificial grass, and some of it needs special care during the installation. The good example of it is our Pet Grass 85. Designed for an ideal drainage, the backing of this product has no stitch lines, and as an installer you must pay an extra attention to details.

"We've been using this product for the better part of ten months, and some rain storms have come through that were quite substantial, and we've had absolutely no flooding. There are no smell issues at all. " - said Dr. Simmons. "We have large dogs running at high speeds turning on a dime. Carpet (artificial grass) is not separating. It is no falling apart anywhere. And clients, the perception, that they have now of our park is that it looks like an Augusta National Golf Course. I am very impressed with Dave Maronic and his team for providing us this turf for the Drake Memorial because it is very special thing for us since we have a veterinary hospital, and now we have a Memorial Park that is absolutely spectacular. The turf is just made it wonderful."

Below is the full transcript.

If you already own a dog care facility, where lots of dogs are playing at the regular basis, you know that regular grass, although beautiful and very friendly, often dies from disease, it dies from the urine. It gets wet with puddles from rain, and it turns into a mud bath, and all of your pets are playing in this.

Once you are committed to the idea that you are going to spend the money to have your natural grass replace with an artificial turf, the very first step is to remove the existing material that's in your park. And so, my suggestion is to take out, depending on the value of dogs that are going to be playing in the park, up to 8, maybe even 10 inches of fill, so you end up with a space that can then be packed with the drain rock, and other products.

There is actually quite a lot to this first stage of removing the fill that is there. So you must be careful because of the sprinkler pipes, water lines, electrical wires, antennas, cables, whatever might be in the ground. You need to be very careful and identify all those things. If there are sprinkler zones, they need to be relocated outside of the perimeter of where the turf is going to be laid, so you don't have to dig it physically up to get to it.

If you encounter something that needs to be remained in its current position, identify it and place it in the protective box or cabin of some sort, and ultimately you can still cover it with the turf, and allow yourself access at the later date.

Once the fill has been removed to a measured grade, the next step is bringing in number 57 rock. It's essentially septic drain fill rock. It's an inexpensive product, and here is where you are really want to be an opposite to thrifty. You want to use a lot of this rock. Give yourself at least six to eight inches of base rock compacted, and you are going to end putting a concrete screening over the top of this, but the very next step is to bring the rock in, approximate the level, and then go over it with a compactor, and follow it with a concrete screening, which is a fine concrete dust. That would be laid on top of the septic drain rock and compacted as well. That would be about four-inch bed.

During the removal of the fill, you are going to encounter the places in your project that do not have linear or a hard surface upon which to attach the turf. That's where you need to pour a concrete curb to give yourself that option. If you have an existing sidewalk, it can be used nicely. Even existing paver or walkways that have a concrete edging can be used to attach the turf. But where there is nothing, you need to replace it with a concrete curb, probably a four-inch wide curb 6 or 8 inches deep that allows you to tack turf to the curb.

Compacting the septic drain rock as well as the concrete screening is the essential part for this, and needs to be done very carefully and very meticulously. The rock should be moistened with water and tamped as a wet rock, and, ultimately, once the septic drain rock is tamped down, and you are going to lay this four and five inches of concrete screen on top, you do the same thing and tamp it down. It will be surface, but very pervious surface when you finished. You want to take extra care to make sure the details are done correctly on the curb edge, around any objects that might be left behind, trees and the like sometimes can be in the middle of your project. You want to cut around those trees and put some formed curb around them. And this part is very critical.

Once you finished placing the rock and tamping it down and doing all the prepping that needs to be done, the next step is roll out the carpet. And this is a very important step because the carpet needs to be rolled out, so the grain matches anywhere you seam it. You can't turn the carpet perpendicular to itself, and end up with a good seam. The company that worked for us did a great job. Coastal Synthetic Turf has some technicians that were able to make the seams completely invisible. So the carpet is laid out in its approximate location as the first step and trimmed to fit the location.

Any place where the seam is required with the dog's turf s really-really important to take a time, to make sure the edges match up perfectly. And then a piece of double-sided, large, white material is laid down, and nailed to the ground such that when the turf is applied to the top of the glue that would be laid on top of that will stick and create a perfectly nice seam.

Once the seam is placed together on top of the glue, carpet is actually nailed to the ground to ensure that it stays tight to the seam.

Once the seams are completely finished, large, heavy bags of sand are laid across a scene to make sure they are hold up together.

As always during this process there will be a lot of clipping, and trimming, and edging things perfect, and that's critical. The details make all the difference.

And the final stage is to apply sand in quantity to weigh carpet down, to keep it from fluffing around. And then it's brushed very aggressively with a broom to settle into the carpet.

The goal behind this entire process is to give yourself a fairly significant drainage system beneath the carpet so that when water is applied to it in a great quantity, it flows to the carpet and directly to the drain system.


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June 10, 2015   |   Artificial Grass For Dogs, Artificial Grass For Dogs, Dog Park, Dog Park, Drainage, Drainage, Dog Run, Dog Run, Dog Parks, Dog Parks, Dog Hospital, Hotel For Dogs, Hotel For Dogs, Dog Hospital, Dogs, Dogs, Fake Grass For Dogs, Fake Grass For Dogs, Watch Dogs, Watch Dogs

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

fakegrass 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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June 8, 2015   |   Artificial Grass, Artificial Grass, Fake Grass, Fake Grass, Lawn Care, Lawn Care, Grass Carpet, Grass Carpet

California Drought Salvation - Global Syn-Turf at San Francisco's Fox News

fakegrass California Drought Salvation - Global Syn-Turf at San Francisco's Fox News

As a drought becomes a major concern in California, the idea of replacing old lawns with artificial grass becomes more and more attractive to home and business owners. In the interview with Ken Wayne, Fox News, San Francisco, Jim Luthi, the homeowner of Newark, confessed he has bit the bullet and replace the sod with artificial turf: "Thirty something years of having droughts on and off. "

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As every homeowner knows, a nice lawn takes a lot of work and water, and for some it doesn't worth it anymore.

"A few years ago I wouldn't have got this because I didn't like the artificial turf, but they've gotten so good now that I figured you know what, I'm going to do it. And I wanted to lessen the workload on myself a little too," Jim said.

Michael McGinnis, a landscaper, loaded his pick up with a giant roll of artificial turf at Global Syn-Turf's warehouse in Hayward, California. He says he is getting a lot more business installing turf.

"It's becoming extremely popular. People can't get enough of it I guess," he told KTVU.

The artificial grass industry is exploding. Global Syn-Turf, the largest artificial grass manufacturing company in America runs 45,000 square foot warehouse in Hayward. But that's only a small part of their business. They carry artificial turf products all around United States, including large metropolitan areas in Florida, Texas, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, New York and East Coast. Residents and landscaping businesses in Southern California pick up turf directly from GST's huge Los Angeles and San Diego warehouses. With increasing popularity of artificial turf in United States, most manufacturers run out of products quickly, but not Global Syn-Turf.

Dave Maronic, a company vice-president, told KTVU the business is booming. "We've doubled, tripled every month," he said. "Different engineered blades is the way of the world right now."

Global Syn-Turf produces more than 65 types of artificial grass of different colors, heights and weights. Engineered blades are designed for high performance, impeccable resilience, super-natural looking turf. It is not your old-fashioned, carpet looking Astroturf.

"It looks just like the real thing, feels like the real thing. It's environmentally safe for the kids, for the pets," said Maronic.

With the late concern about a crumb rubber linked to health issues and used by other artificial grass manufacturers, Dave Maronic made it clear that Global Syn-Turf has never been in favor with the use of old, used crumb tires, and always recommended natural infill solutions to their customers.

"It's environmentally safe for the kids, for the pets," said Maronic. "There's different padding to meet G-Max ratings for fields that you don't have to use that rubber. So it's not something we carry. Not something we sell," he said.

G-Max is the measurement of the shock attenuation of sports surfaces. The performance values of an artificial grass field can be understood as a reflection of the field's G-Max rating. With the G-Max below 120, the surface is too soft and may not provide enough energy return to the athlete, and leads to premature exhaustion. When G-Max rating is above 180, it creates an overly hard field, and will cause a performance hazard introducing the risk for severe injuries. The use of crumb rubber is not required to achieve perfect G-Max rating, and there are other ways to achieve a maximum level of protection to athletes.

This year, Global Syn-Turf installed a million square feet of turf at the Twin Creek Sports Complex in Sunnyvale, California.

You may think that installing artificial grass is a more expensive alternative to a natural sod, but in a long haul it pays for itself by reducing water bills and the maintenance costs. In California, major water agencies run rebate programs to help homeowners transition their lawns into the drought-tolerant landscape. According to professor of Earth sciences at UC Santa Cruz Lisa Sloan, who predicted a severe California drought back in 2004, "the actual situation in the next few decades could be even more dire that our study suggested." But even the scientists are wrong, for most homeowners swapping to artificial lawns makes more sense money and maintenance wise.

At least that's the thinking of Jim Luthi as he gazes at his pristine Newark yard. "I think it looks great. Looks fabulous. Looks like regular grass."

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June 5, 2015   |   Artificial Grass, Artificial Grass, Artificial Turf, Artificial Turf, Fake Grass, Fake Grass, Outdoor Carpet, Outdoor Carpet

Desert Landscape

fakegrass Desert Landscape

If you are living in a hot and dry climate, searching for the appropriate desert plants can be one of your great choices. Even though you cannot grow hybrid flowers, yet there is plenty of ornamental grass, cacti, and succulents that will let you make a spectacular garden. Usually, these plants desert plants don't take a lot of care, obliging little water and general they are amazingly independent and hardy. At the end of the day, these sorts of plants are great workhorses that will flourish in parched or desert areas.

So for those who really love gardening, and searching for a garden design ideas. Listed below are some of the desert plants that you can use. These are as follows:

Sedums

Sedum is another type of plant that are perfect to utilize in any patio nursery or scene attempt. These are the top options for a desert garden, or wherever where water may be rare, the sun's beams are relentless and long, hot days are the standard.

Desert Landscaping Sedum

Postman, Autumn Joy, and Matrona are every top varieties of Sedum that may survive in harsh locations and long stretches of the dry spell. Matrons and Autumn Joy have a thick, meaty green leaves that hoard accessible water for the plants to utilize later on. In the late spring and fall, the plants light up the desert scene with bright splashes of red and pink blossoms.

Cacti

A cactus is a kind of plants that you may utilize for gardening in the desert since it is very dependable. Aside from that, there are varieties of cacti that are accessible for your gardening to choose from. There are colorful and small cacti while the others grow very large. By this, you may utilize an unusual or large shaped of the cactus plant in your garden ideas.

Cacti Desert Landscape

The Cast Iron Plant

This plant appears to be effectively unyielding and its leaves that are sword-shaped add attraction and speculate to garden design ideas.


The Desert Ornamental Grasses

Zebra grass, Buffalo grass, and Maiden grass are the excellent options for a desert garden. These grasses make little stipulates and might stand a diversity of unpleasant temperature, water and soil conditions. On the other hand, the airy spears of grass append an ethereal value to the garden design.

Desert Landscaping - Ornamental Grass

The Aloe Vera Plant

This plant is also famous in the garden, desert since they are not just capable to grow vigorously in dry climates, yet you may also utilize its leaf by breaking it off when you have rashes or sunburn to alleviate your skin with the clout that oozes away. Another good thing about this plant is that, even though you don't put a lot of water and proper maintenance of it, they can able for a long period in the heat and drought without being damaged.

Aloe Vera Plant

If you are a gardener or if you want to be a gardener, you can keep in mind these desert plants that you can efficiently use for your garden desert ideas. Aside from that fact, that they require minimal care, you can also take advantage from its different usage not just for your garden but also for yourself.

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June 2, 2015   |   Backyard Ideas, Backyard Ideas, Landscape Ideas, Landscape Ideas, Landscape Design, Landscape Design, Desert Landscape, Desert Landscaping, Desert Landscaping, Backyard Landscape Ideas, Backyard Landscape Ideas, Desert Landscape

Global Syn-Turf Launches Premium Double S Blade Artificial Grass Technology

fakegrass Global Syn-Turf Launches Premium Double S Blade Artificial Grass Technology

Global Syn-Turf, Inc. today announced the release of new line of artificial grass developed with one-of-the-kind Double S shape technology designed to create super-realistic look and higher resilience of synthetic turf surfaces. With this latest release, Global Syn-Turf further satisfies the industry's demand for a proven and reliable outdoor solution which is inherently low-maintenance and zero-irrigation; a synthetic grass which provides greater resiliency, realistic appearance and lasting durability.

The latest enhancements with Double S shape blade allow wider than regular, texturized look to the end-product. This update nests neatly with core value of the synthetic grass - the capacity to withstand severe weather changes, intense and constant use in combination with a soft, plush touch.

The new Double S fiber technology features multi-color emerald green and olive green blades with double thatching in brown and green for additional elaborate feel. First releases of Double S Blade line of artificial grass is available for distribution country-wide. Double S-72's pile height is 1 7/8 inches with 3/8 inches turf gauge and the face weight 72 oz.Double S-61 comes with the pile height of 1 3/4 inches and face weight 61 oz. The sturdy backbone of the fibers makes the grass stand up for a longer time and give the surface a remarkable resilience. This unique fiber blade significantly reduces glare to create super-realistic appearance.

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May 29, 2015   |   Artificial Grass, Artificial Grass, Artificial Turf, Artificial Turf, Fake Grass, Fake Grass, Synthetic Grass, Synthetic Grass, Synthetic Turf, Synthetic Turf, Artificial Grass Cost, Artificial Grass Cost, Outdoor Carpet, Outdoor Carpet, Turf Grass, Turf Grass, Lawn Services, Lawn Services

Do You Like To Mow The Lawn? Then You Better Think Twice Before You Do It

fakegrass Do You Like To Mow The Lawn? Then You Better Think Twice Before You Do It
As many people waits for spring to come, many of the people also are beginning to mow their lawn. Hence, towards the end of the midyear a year ago, homeowner's gas lawn mower had been running rather drowsily. Much like snow blowers, people found that there are two ways you can go when acquiring a lawn mower.

You can either go for the old school system with the gas-controlled mower or you can go the most present day course and buy an electric lawn mower. Before you go to a store and purchase whichever you think sounds best, try to take a second to consider the disadvantages of whichever type of mower you choose. You might want to read this fact just before you headed your way.

An Electric mower comes into two different types: the cordless and the corded. Even if there are some advantages of having an electric mower, it cannot deny the fact that is can also be an advantage not just for you but also to your family and environment.

Hence, a gas lawn mower is an old type of lawn mower that uses gas. Therefore, it is not very effective when it comes to your finances and whatever type of mower you choose, the new lawn mower or the old type of mower they contain some disadvantage that can bring harm. Below you can find the disadvantages of a mower.

Lawn mowers are not environmentally friendly

Even the if you use a new type of lawn mower that does not produce smoke, there are still harmful chemical that are released once you use it. However when compared to an old lawn mower, the new lawn more produces less smoke.

Lawn care takes time or you need to pay maintenance fees

When damage occurs to your lawn mower, therefore you need to have it repaired. Lawn mower repair is not as cheap as you think it would be. Furthermore, once you bought a lawn mower, you must be prepared of its maintenance and having it maintain might take a lot of money. So if you want to have a lawn mower you got to be ready for this kind of event.

It damages water system

If your lawn mower runs to your run system, it can damage it and possibly completely destroy it. As a result, more of your money will be wasted for the water system repair and at the same time your lawn mower repair.

Riding a lawn mower

You can get injuries once you slip in the lawn mower. It is not perfectly safe for driving and especially it is not safe mowing the lawn with your children because accident might happen and that accident might be connected to your children.

In conclusion, whatever lawn mower you choose, it can only bring harm. Therefore, the only solution to your problem is having a synthetic lawn. A synthetic lawn doesn't need to be mowed. In addition, it can save you lots of money and your family is far from danger. Not only that, you can also contribute to the cleanliness of the environment because it doesn't need any lawn maintenance, lawn services, or fertilizers.

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