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  • Lay and Play Turf CCFC pitch

    Improving Potential

    Our Lay N Play Fibre Turf is used by stadiums all over the UK to quickly restore a pitch surface to professional standard after using the stadium for other commercial purposes.

  • Lay n Play Racecourse

    Lay 'N' Play
    A Clear Winner

    Lay N Play's quick esablishment period makes it a popular choice for big name sports facilities everywhere.

INTURF Lay 'n' Play Sports Pitches

For instant repairs at sports sites, or for the more specialised turfing projects where instant turf stability is required, Thick Cut Big Roll or Lay ‘n’ Play Fibre Turf are available.

Inturf have installed Lay 'n' Play Fibre Turf and Thick Cut Big Roll at horse racing courses, football pitches and rugby pitches, most recently at Hurlingham Park in London.

Currently used for football and rugby, Hurlingham Park has invested in bringing the grassed areas up to a standard for polo, and is now hosting polo matches for the first time in 70 years.

Typical Seed Specification

Grass Type% of Makeup
Perennial Ryegrass 50%
Smooth Stalked Meadowgrass 25%
Strong Creeping Red Fescue 25%

Typical Soil Particle Analysis From Our Production Farms

AnalysisTest Level
Sand  (see below) 88.9%
Silt 9.6%
Clay 1.5%
Sand AnalysisTest Level
Very fine sand 0.5%
Fine sand 10.2%
Medium sand 52.8%
Coarse sand 22.7%
Very coarse sand 0.9%
Stones 1.8%

“I always thought a yard was three feet, then I started mowing the lawn.”


A hot weather warning
We put so much effort into growing excellent turf, and our customers put so much into laying it, that the last thing we want is for people to lay turf that is doomed to fail.
So, if the daytime temperature is consistently over 20◦ and the humidity is high, the thousands of little grass plants in the turf roll (there could be up to 850 plants per square foot) will struggle to establish and flourish. It will be best to wait until things change to lay the turf, for example a fall in temperature is predicted or rain is promised. (Of course, established turf will bounce back from even prolonged periods of heat and drought and look as lovely as ever.)
Follow our advice and your new turf should do well and add real value to your garden or landscape. Ignore it and all your hard work could be for nothing.