Old 04-29-2019, 09:49 AM
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Originally Posted by roadtripstuff View Post
Do those paver base panels replace the gravel base?
Here's the full install instructions:

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Not certain if the point is academic at this point, however:

There's a product designed for turfed areas with extremely high foot/car traffic such as temporary parking areas at festivals or drive-in movie theaters if we still had those. The product is like a honeycomb mat that is installed sub-grade. The area is then seeded and filled. Turf is then allowed to grow up through the mat. The idea is to protect the crown of the plant, so it has a better chance to live with all that stress. One mows right over it, a similar idea to permeable pavers, but more 'invisible'.

Might be a worthy experiment/area to research...fwiw, brainstorming and all.
And check out how they handle the turf at the Arizona Cardinals stadium for something really wild...
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