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Artificial turf is a shallow layer of artificial fibers made to look like the typical grass. It is regularly used in stadia for recreational purpose that are typically played in the garden. Though, today it is being used on residential grasses too. The key intention behind this is protection. It has several significant uses such as sports, and needs no garnish or irrigation for its cultivation. Enclosed, arched, and semi enclosed stadia may require artificial turf to come out of the inconvenience of getting sufficient daylight to remain fit.

Nevertheless, artificial turf even have their share of disadvantages, for example, regular need to clean, toxic compounds from infill, partial life, use of petroleum, security risks, and weak quality. For the most part artificial turf is made of plastic or reused elastic. Usually, polyester, nylon, polyethylene, hybrid, or polypropylenes are materials utilized in making the grass blades. Rubber  pieces and sand are used to cover the space between the edges.

There has been a significant growth in the demand for artificial turf, globally, crediting to its synthetic fiber that resembles natural grass. Artificial turf is additionally utilized in fields for games and stadia for recreations. Moreover, rise in purchase power and change in lifestyle have additionally surged the demand for artificial turf, utilized to aesthetically decorate balconies and it is even set in open spaces in commercial structures and houses.

The prevalence of artificial turf is increasing due to rise in greenery, in places where it is hard to cultivate normal grass as a result of absence of accessibility of water and sunlight. It is considered as an ideal substitute for green grass as far as looks and feel are concerned.

A huge development in the global artificial turf market is obvious through rising urbanization all over the regions. In addition, rise in construction of commercial and residential structures is estimated to support the demand in the artificial turf market, as they are utilized in lawns, playgrounds, stadia, and balconies. The developing sports activities, for example, football, hockey, tennis, and so on have driven up the revenues of artificial turf.

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Some of the key players in the market include HG Sports Turf, Sporturf, FieldTurf, Greenfields, and Forest Grass. These key players are putting consistent efforts in the development of product made by the key players to remain ahead of competitors. These key players experiment by utilizing different materials and by making focused pricing strategies to sustain the growth. Adding to it, players are utilizing different offline and online platforms to improve their revenues.

The regional analysis covers:

  • North America (U.S. and Canada)
  • Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Chile, and others)
  • Western Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Nordic countries, Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg)
  • Eastern Europe (Poland and Russia)
  • Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, ASEAN, Australia, and New Zealand)
  • Middle East and Africa (GCC, Southern Africa, and North Africa)


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