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Resource HydroMulching Stabilizes NC Landslide (Land and Water July/August 2012)
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That was the thought process that kept Allen Stewart and his High Country Hydroseeding team diligently laboring on the Maggie Valley, NC landslide in February of 2010.

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Resource Canyon Challenge (Storm Water Solutions: July/August 2012)
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A tough ecosystem in California landfill makes for daunting erosion control job

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Resource Tough Turf (Storm Water Solutions: July/August 2012)
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Vegetation is the most accepted method for protecting against erosion. However, when sites exhibit extreme conditions where high-flow velocities and shear stresses exceed the limits of natural vegetation, “hard armor” is often assumed to be the only answer.

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Resource Revegetation Innovation (Erosion Control)
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Contractors and suppliers refine the oldest natural BMP with careful selection of seed and soil amendments.

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Resource "New Mechanical Bonding Makes Fiber Matrix Technology Better" (LandscapeOnline.com: September 2001)
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Article discussing the benefits of using hydraulically applied mechanical — bonded fiber matrix as an improved...

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Resource "Building a Better Green" (Golfdom: August 1, 2005)
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"Building a Better Green" (Golfdom: August 1, 2005)

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Resource ASGCA
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Profile supports the ASGCA in promoting education and environmental stewardship

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Resource Water-holding Capacity is a Key to Success During a Drought
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Enhance your chances for project success by choosing hydraulic mulches that help optimize moisture.

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

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