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Resource “Physical/Chemical Attributes of Inorganic Soil Amendments” (Pennsylvania Turfgrass: Spring 2014)
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Article discusses the reasons to consider inorganic soil amendments to foster turfgrass health.

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Resource Stabilizing With Seed (Erosion Control: Sept/Oct 2014)
Articles

Flexterra helps restore 8 miles of a historic river bank in San Antonio to its native habitat.

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Resource A Promethean Task (Erosion Control: Sept/Oct 2014)
Articles

High-loading capacity of Profile ProMatrix can combat complex landscapes typical of oil-and-gas reclamation projects.

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Resource Stabilizing Steep Slopes After a Flood (Erosion Control: Sept/Oct 2014)
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Flexterra provides immediate stabilization of sandy soils after extreme flooding at scenic state park on cusp of winter.

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Resource Mountain High (Storm Water Solutions: Feb 2015)
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Erosion control holds the slopes of the 2014 Winter Olympics in place

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Resource Futerra 7020 TRM Certification Letter
Certification Letter

View/download the Futerra 7020 Certificate of Compliance.

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Resource Aqua-pHix SDS
SDS

Download the Aqua-pHix SDS.

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Press Release Profile Products Honors Outstanding Distributor Accomplishments at Annual Awards Ceremony February 26, 2015

Profile Products recognized the outstanding work of its distribution partners for engineered and specified erosion control products at its awards banquet Feb. 16, in conjunction with the International Erosion Control Association’s annual conference.

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Press Release Profile Introduces Most Advanced Topsoil Alternative February 18, 2015

Profile Products introduces a patent-pending Engineered Soil Media™ (ESM™) to help establish sustainable vegetation in near-impossible conditions.

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Press Release Profile Products Employees Earn Respected Designation as a Certified Erosion, Sediment, and Storm Water Inspector January 14, 2015

Profile Products is pleased to announce that Adam Dibble and Matt Welch recently achieved the prestigious designation as a Certified Erosion, Sediment, and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI).

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