Engineered to thrill fans and intimidate opponents, the eagles' new NEST is
tricked-out and ready to rumble.
By Jenny EverettPosted 08.05.2003 at 6:45 pm 0 Comments
The field is seeded with Kentucky bluegrass, which can be cultivated to remain soft and flat in all weather conditions. A mixture of water and glycol travels through 28 miles of subterranean plastic hoses to warm or cool the field according to sun and shade conditions. When it rains, a vacuum-powered drainage system sucks out moisture
to prevent oversaturation.