Artificial turf installation is the newest technology that uses plants, chemicals and water to create artificial turf in parks and sports stadiums.
Now, it is in a race with artificial turf construction.
In an attempt to make artificial turf more affordable, several cities are installing it in their parks and stadiums, while the manufacturers are looking for new ways to sell the product.
The technology involves plants that can grow naturally on land, and are used to create turf, according to the company.
The artificial turf maker is using an algae-based fertilizer to grow the plants on land.
The company is using a process called “in situ” cultivation to make the turf more water resistant, according the company’s website.
The companies say it is a renewable energy solution that is able to grow plants on a piece of land that is already planted with other crops and is also being used as a natural barrier for wildlife.
The company says it can be installed in parks, stadiums, schools and playgrounds.
But some environmental groups say the technology can also create habitat for invasive plants, such as Asian carp.
In some cases, the companies have also installed the turf on property owned by the state.
In a 2014 report, the environmental group Earthjustice called artificial turf an “unfair subsidy” to parks and recreation that “can destroy wildlife habitat, destroy fish and wildlife habitat and make parks and recreational facilities more expensive to maintain.”
According to the report, artificial turf costs more than $300 per acre, while natural turf is about $100 per acre.
In order to comply with the Clean Water Act, California requires the artificial turf companies to remove or destroy aquatic invasive plants.
But, the company says that’s a “difficult” task.