Posted: 01/22/2013 2:35 PM
Murph11 wrote: It depends a lot on the climate of the area, but in many areas artificial surfaces are a better bet financially.After the initial cost, you no longer have to spend money on watering, mowing, fertilizing, re-sodding, and pesticides. It sounds like only taking care of your yard, but it isn't.If I remember my own story on the subject, the benefits include.......Less acl tear injuries, substantially less muscle tearsYou can practice on the same field you play onYou can use your field during most weather conditionsYou can generate money by renting it out without worrying about damage to the field.High School teams will be able to play on itYou get a consistent fieldThe biggest negative thing for Bakersfield would be the heat. Although they have apparently made changes to how hot the turf can get in 100 plus weather, I still think it would be about 10 degrees warmer on it. So the Renegades would most likely still practice on their practice field in the early part of the season.
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