Next time you are watching the grass grow, think about the unmatched contribution made by lawns and recreational turf to our society. Lawns can also play an important role in water conservation, as long as the public are informed properly.
Turf grasses play a critical role in the general health and welfare of our communities. As a result of increasing urbanisation and deforestation they are becoming more and more important for human health. Turf is not only a major source of beauty and comfort in our lives but also a cleansing answer to our environment.
Turf is usually the centrepiece of a garden and most people still regard a turfed yard as part of the Australian dream. Turf can help turn a house into a home. It not only softens the look and increases the beauty of homes but can also dramatically increase its value too.
Turf is the perfect environment for people of all ages. Whether your usage is for; raising a family, walking the dog, having a BBQ, playing professional sport or just having a kick around with friends, there’s no better surface. It reduces the incident of personal injuries through its cushioning ability and children in particular are much better protected when playing and falling on grass than any other surface.
Lawns at homes, parks and sports areas improve our environment and our physical and mental health
Lawns play a very important role in recreational activities. Lawns have the added benefit that in drought cycles, with little or no water, they generally survive, if not they are very cheap to replace.
Lawns are singled out as being of high water use. If excessive water is being used on lawns then it may be because we are not educated properly about actually how much water is needed to make a lawn survive.
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