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Resource New Challenges in Sediment Control: Two years after they went into effect, Phase II regulations are catching up with cons
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Article focusing on real-world construction applications and how they’re reacting to, and complying with, NPDES...

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Resource “Inorganic Soil Amendments in New Sand-Based Rootzones Can Reduce Nitrogen Loss” (Golfdom: December 1, 2004)
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Discusses research conducted to determine the best materials to use when building putting green root zones.

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Resource “The Evolution of Hydromulching” by Steve R. Zwilling (Land and Water: November 13, 2000)
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Article discussing the history and benefits of hydroseeders and hydraulic seeding equipment.

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Resource Root Zone Amendments: Profile vs. Peat (Profile: 2001)
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When put to the test, inorganic amendments are emerging as a superior alternative to peat and Profile™...

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Resource Hydroseeding Tips and Techniques From the Pros (Erosion Control: September/October 2008)
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Hydroseeding equipment, products, and application methods are changing all the time.

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Resource “Does Your Construction Site Need a Stormwater Permit?”
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EPA brochure describing NPDES Phase II permit regulations for construction sites and how contractors...

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Resource Stormwater Solutions: Devices That Work (Better Roads: August 2006)
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In an article related to stormwater management, before-and-after images show how Flexterra® FGM stabilized...

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Resource A Quantitative Comparison Of Sediment Retention Devices Under Standardized Test Conditions (July 2005)
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Research conducted testing sediment retention devices (fiber filtration tubes, wattles, fiber rolls, silt fences)...

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Resource Griffith Park Fire Restoration
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California fires spark a collaborative mudslide prevention initiative...

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Resource Golf Course Items Expected Life Cycle (ASGCA: January 2006)
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View/Download the Golf Course Items Expected Life Cycle (ASGCA: January 2006)

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