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Stones co-owner Oliver Ash will put his case to Conference clubs at a league meeting this month.
And with Skrill South Angels among many teams hit by postponements, Warrilow has spoken of his support for 3G.
He said: "People need to have a look at Maidstone's pitch before they judge and bang on about the negatives.
"I've taken a team there and if you like to play football, it's ideal.
"I'm sure there'll be a split room when Maidstone make their presentation.
"I understand the traditionalists who think football should be played on grass. I think back to our game against Eastbourne over Christmas.
"The pitch was boggy, there was a bit of dew in the air and a great atmosphere.
"Do you lose a bit of that by playing on 3G? I'm not sure.
"It's nothing like the old plastic pitches at Luton and QPR that I played on. If we were talking about them, I'd say no way.
"If you can play World Cup qualifiers and Champions League matches on 3G, why can't you play a Conference game?
"You also have to look at the revenue side.
"At Tonbridge we're trying to move on and bring in extra revenue but we've hit a wall. If you've got 3G, you can hire it out 24/7."
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