November 15, 2013

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In the Spotlight
Newtown Field Newtown kids to play like the Yankees
The official sod grower of the New York Yankees, DeLea Sod Farms, in connection with Shemin Landscape Supply, has provided the sod for the newly rebuilt state-of-the-art Newtown Babe Ruth Field. Read on to see how one Sandy Hook parent organized the operation.
Editor's Press Box
Grow your business by joining the Synthetic Turf Council
By Terrie Ward
Growing a business and generating new customers can be a challenge. Find out how the STC's credibility brings the industry together and the tools it provides companies with to differentiate and grow their businesses.

Attendees to have a ‘field day’ with TPI at Intl. Education Conference
By Jim Novak
Turgrass Producers International will now add a Field Day to the agenda for its International Education Conference in Orlando, Fl., in February. See what cool-season turfgrass producers have been missing.

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Playing the Field
Cold Springs Community-financed athletic field
opens after 30 years of planning

After nearly 30 years of idle plans, Haldane Central School District finally opened its community-funded athletic field in Cold Springs, N.Y. Find out how the new facility will bring together athletes for the first time in decades.
Industry News
NFL officials note study proving UV light disinfects artificial turf
After Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Johnthan Banks was diagnosed with an MRSA infection, NFL officials begin to acknowledge a new study which claims UV light is safe and effective for killing MRSA and other bacteria in artificial turf.
Dow at K2013 Dow unveils new artificial turf backing technology at K 2013
The Dow Chemical Company’s Adhesives & Functional Materials business launched its new artificial turf backing technologies at the K 2013 fair in Düsseldorf, Germany, in October. Check out how the new components improve performance.
FIFA extends turf preferred producer initative
FIFA has extended its cooperation agreements with the preferred producers of football turf for world football’s governing body. Discover how their in-depth experience and knowledge provides a full range of benefits for clients.

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