Yes turf grows, as long as it is natural turf and not artificial turf.
Not really sure what you are asking, but artificial turf is made of plastic. Plastic is made from petroleum (a natural resource).
AstroTurf is a brand of artificial turf used for indoor stadiums. The Houston Astrodome was the first indoor stadium to use artificial turf in 1965.
The Packers home field is not on artificial turf. They play on a natural grass surface.
Grass turf is natural grass. Astro turf is artificial and is a surface of synthetic fibers made to look like natural grass.
The life of artificial turf will depend on the usage and how well the artificial turf has been taken care of. Artificial turf can last up to 15 years if well cared for
Yes. Candlestick Park had artificial turf from 1970 to 1978. Natural grass was restored before the San Francisco Giants' 1979 season.
One is not better than the other for the following reason. Is natural turf better than artificial turf? I'm using this question to frame my answer. An athlete will say natural turf; the owner of the team likes the maintenance of the artificial turf. Same goes with vinyl and wood siding. Although artificial turf and vinyl siding require some maintenance it is considerably less than the natural product, turf and wood. A balance between aesthetic and function needs to be addressed in each application of siding.
No. They play on the same natural turf.
No, it is not. The new Yankee Stadium, like the old stadium, is natural grass.
The Astrodome, home of the Houston Astros, starting in 1965.