Maintaining Wembley Pitch

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+7 1. s1nn0cence commented 7 years ago

this guy's literally "watching grass grow" 8-)
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+2 2. ughlah commented 7 years ago

Sadly hard to understand for non native speakers. Wish i knew what he does with the seeds to make them grow before sowing them out...
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+4 3. Urmensch commented 7 years ago

#2 This is the gist of what he says:
"One of the lads came up with the idea of a pre-germinated seed dustbin. We put several bags of seed in the wheelie bin. Fill it to the top with hot water, let it stand for six hours so the seed takes the moisture in, swells, and then we drain it.
And then we put in this cabinet." (He says 'we bob it in' which is probably a regional variation of 'pop it in').

"If you just look inside there's a couple of waterproof heaters, and it keeps this box at 25 degrees. So the seed stays in here for two days, until it sprouts, when we throw it out,"(here he says what sounds to me like, 'it's just sprutting off when we throw it out' which again would just a variation of sprouting), "we call it cotton wool balls. We put it on the pitch and you can see grass growing in three days."
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+3 4. ughlah commented 7 years ago

Thanks a lot
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+3 5. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Loving soccer (true football), I found this video very interesting. Thank you for sharing.