From artificial putting greens in Santa Clarita, Calif., to poolside lawns in Jacksonville, Fla., EasyTurf is covering America. Twenty-one of 32 NFL teams recognize the lifelike look and feel of our turf, and yes, they recognize our unmatched durability. As much as EasyTurf is great for sports fields, we are the industry leader in artificial grass…

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The California drought continues to drag on like a extended stay from a bad house ost. You think its going to end, you want it to end, but the days just get longer. This drought continues, and there will be future droughts. The longer it goes, the more homeowners look for alternatives to watering their…

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Drive around on California freeways, and you’ll notice the overhead info signs that read, “California in Drought. Conserve water.” Droughts aren’t something I think of in October – to me it’s more of a middle-of-the-summer-when-its-blazing-hot August topic of concern. But the fact is cooler weather doesn’t equal precipitation. The California drought continues, and no end…

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California is in a severe drought, and homeowners and business are asked to cut back on water use. But even outside California, water conservation conversation efforts are growing across the nation. The cost of doing laundry, taking showers, maintaining landscape – all of it is going up, and our resources are being depleted.  There are many…

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Every now and then its good to get away from our home in San Diego to the other coast! We are here at CONSTRUCT 2014 and spreading the word about the industry leading turf. The Expo runs until the 11th, and that’s not enough time. We not surprised by the level of interest in artificial…

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Temps will be in the triple digits today and through the weekend – all the more reason to come down to Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and see us at the Nursery and Landscape Expo. We’ve set up our booth here with hundreds of other landscape professionals, because we want to show you the EasyTurf…

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Your water rates are on the rise in 2013, 2014 and quite probably in the years to follow. The Metropolitan Water District announced the 5 percent increases for the next two years after weeks of argument and debate. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/apr/10/met-rejects-sd-plan-sets-higher-water-rates/?page=1#article Critics of MWD say the increase is to compensate for financial mismanagement. Approved rate hikes through…

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The Metropolitan Water Company proposed a 7.5 percent increase to your water rate for 2013 and an additional 5 percent for 2014 (http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/mar/13/metropolitan-delays-rate-hike-op posed-by-san-diego/). A vote on the rate increase has been scheduled for April. Since 2006, the water rate has increased by 75 percent! Despite the hike in cost, the district is short on…

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“While our latest drought is over, our state’s water supply system is still in crisis,” said San Diego County Water Authority Board Chair Michael T. Hogan just last week. With our region’s latest drought officially over, and water use restrictions for the area lifted last week, Hogan cautions: “We cannot forget that ensuring a safe…

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Experts Say Using Artificial Turf Will Mean Less Watering SAN DIEGO — Despite California’s drought being declared over and the lifting of local water restrictions, experts say more can be done to conserve. One adjustment thousands of Southern California residents have made is going green by replacing their real grass with artificial turf. Officials with…

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