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Re: [APD] Turface is not black
Good job, Unit One,
Sorry about your name, ;-)
--- Unit One <unit_one at freemail_lt> wrote:
> > I called the turface company according to them they do
> not make a turface
> > black or any black product. They only make it in "grey"
> is this what your
> > all calling black?
> Yes, you are correct. Everybody on the net calls Turface
> "black". It is
> actually called Turface MVP "dark".
> The company makes no mention of the dark colored Turface
> MVP anywhere on
> the site (AFAIK).
> There is a pic on the front page of Turface MVP in plain
> tan color.
> Here is another page with Turface info (same site):
> An interesting bit of info from the site:
> "The raw material for TURFACE® and PROFILE? is found in
> only one deposit
> owned by PROFILE Products LLC. PROFILE controls the
> entire mining,
> manufacturing and quality control process. PROFILE
> Products manufactures
> TURFACE and PROFILE exclusively for sports fields and
> golf course
> applications for building root zones that will stand up
> to intense
> athletic use."
> Hopefully everybody will get on the same page and call it
> "Turface MVP
> dark" from now on.
> Now to slay the other dragon. "Lignite" is actually
> "Lignite, also known as leonardite, mined lignin, brown
> coal, and slack,
> is an important constituent to the oil well, drilling
> industry. Lignite,
> or leonardite as it will be referred as hereafter, is
> technically known
> as a low rank coal between peat and sub-bituminous.
> Leonardite was named
> for Dr. A.G. Leonard, North Dakota's first state
> geologist, who was a
> pioneer in the study of lignite deposits. Leonardite is
> applied to
> products having a high content of humic acid."
> Diamond Black by General Hydro is Leonardite...not
> "Diamond Black is a unique organic form of Leonardite
> containing an
> exceptionally high percentage of beneficial plant active
> organic humic
> and fulvic acids."
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