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For grass in the spring of 2018, you’ve got to sow the seed in 2015
So what accounts for the time difference between the transitions in St. Louis and Toronto?
Even when the roof is open, there are a lot of shadows on the field (in centre field in particular).
Good for the Jays. I've often wondered whether the artificial turf plague would have happened had they figured out how to grow grass at the Astrodome. I get the impression it wasn't an insurmountable problem, had they worked at it a little more. I suppose cost issues might have led to many new stadiums in the 70s having artificial turf, but perhaps we would have been spared it in major league baseball, at least.
associate professor of turfgrass sciences and physiology at the University of Guelph.
You see kids, you CAN do anything. Dreams do come true.
my dad worked just off-campus at a lab that tested farmers' milk samplesw
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