Plant-Based Infills Gain Traction in Turf Market

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Advocates claim that natural infills do a better job than crumb rubber of matching a perfect grass field's speed of play. (Photo courtesy of USF Dons Athletics)
Advocates claim that natural infills do a better job than crumb rubber of matching a perfect grass field's speed of play. (Photo courtesy of USF Dons Athletics)

The driving question for synthetic turf manufacturers has long been, "How do we build fields that best mimic natural grass?" But an increasing number of companies — not only turf system manufacturers, but others that don't deal directly in the marketing of turf fibers — are asking a different question, "How do we replace crumb rubber as an infill?"

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