Natural grass, artificial turf, and the new manufactured turf which looks like grass but made out of rubber.
A sliding grass football field would be something like what the Arizona Cardinals have at the University of Phoenix Stadium. The playing surface is located on a tray that is able to move. The grass field is moved out of the building on a motorized tray so the grass can be exposed to natural sunlight. When its time for a game, the tray is moved back into the dome.
i stop my friend playing in the grass by telling him can you please stop playing in the grass.
A football, if playing on grass - studs, 2 posts and an equal amount of players.
You can kill Broadleaf weeds in weeing love grass with 24d without harming the LG...I havent found a chemical to kill grassy weeds in love grass yet.
probably turf or grass
The out of bounds line runs around a football field but never moves.
one of the first football games when they were playing on a large patch of grass seeds with the first couple of mm's of growth.
Playing all my high school football games on astroturf, I can tell you that playing on the turf does not increase top speed over wearing cleats in nice grass. However, you CAN cut and accelerate noticeably quicker on astroturf. Planting, changing direction, etc, are all so much easier on turf rather than grass.
Weeping lovegrass (Eragrostis curvula) is a perennial. Information about this and tens of thousands of other plant species can be found in the USDA PLANTS database at http://plants.usda.gov/ .
No some football fields use natural grass. Most football stadiums are switching to artificial turf because it is cheaper and easier to maintain.
The runner backs have to be able to run on short grass
It depends what you mean by grass. The drug grass. I don't know. But the common green grass, like on football fields. No, no it's not. In fact, the more grass the better!
sometimes football fields are fake and they are manufactured, but i guess they must grow really strong grass to take all that force from a kick
Astro boots, are used for playing on astro turfs and hard grass because they give you better grip than, in muddy grass. Normal football boots are generally metal studs which is used for muddy wet grass because they did into the ground and supply you with much better grip than astros would. But you can get football boots with molded plastic studs which can be used for astro turf as well as grass but I don't like using my moulds of astro because it makes you higher off the ground and means it is harder to kick the ball because of the studs :)
to a good grass>:)
The basic function for cleats in football is for the player to get better traction on the grass.
i think they just get spray paint and spray it on the grass...hehe.....
Probably fake grass, like that they put in the football stadiums.
It is just how the groundsmen keep the grass. When the cut into the grain, the grass is darker, and when you cut down grain the grass is shiny and light.
Some football fields are artificial turf and some are real grass.