This video shows a contractor using Lawn StarterTM Pro for the first time, and comparing it to Seed Aide®. Seed Aide® is a registered Trademark of Profile Products®.
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This project illustrates the successful application of Lawn Starter™ Pro as a seed cover method for the complete renovation of a football field in Verona, Wisconsin during a period of moderate to severe drought. Download the ►►
Successful Seeding on Steep Slopes using PAM-12 Plus This trial was completed to compare PAM-12 Plus with straw mulch cover, which is normally used to cover exposed soil sites. Specifications state that exposed soil areas at final grade are to be seeded, fertilized, limed and straw mulched. This trial was completed on two different areas, […]
Successful Seeding on Steep Slopes Using PAM-12 Plus A Country Club in Cincinnati, Ohio, utilized ENCAP’s PAM-12 Plus product to stabilize three acres of fairway and three acres of rough, with slopes ranging from 3:1 to 4:1. This project was part of a larger renovation and reconstruction project scheduled to take place over the next […]
PAM-12 as an Effective Post-Fire Treatment Controlling erosion, reestablishing vegetation, an overcoming the negative effects of hydrophobic soils has long been a challenge following wildfire on forest lands. High severity wildfire destroys the natural protection of soil and leaves the soil watershed vulnerable to large-scale erosion, flooding, debris flows and mudflows from subsequent storms. Therefore, […]
The West Virginia forestry community has long known that controlling non-point source pollution from silvicultural activities is important. Timber harvesting contractors have the responsibility to implement Best Management Practices (BMPs) in order to minimize the impacts of roads on water resources. The most common BMPs used to limit sedimentation is the use of seed and […]
What are Polymers? Polymers are generally defined as large molecules composed of repeating structural units typically connected by covalent chemical bonds. While polymer in popular usage suggests plastic, the term actually refers to a large class of natural and synthetic materials with a variety of properties. Polymers are used in numerous applications and many specialized […]
Original Document Located: http://www.nsf.org/Certified/PwsChemicals/Listings.asp?CompanyName=Soil+Net+LLC&Trad eName=TRIPAM& Soil Net LLC 560 Enterprise Avenue Belleville, WI 53508 United States 608-221-8129 Facility : # 1 USA Polyacrylamide[PC] Trade Designation Product Function Max Use EM-800 Coagulation & Flocculation 3mg/L Liquid Tripam Coagulation & Flocculation 3mg/L S-1000 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L S-200 […]
Lime is an important soil conditioner for your lawn. Some people treat lime like a silver bullet or a fertilizer and apply it every year. It’s not either of those and usually doesn’t need to be applied every year. If you’re soil has a low pH (acidic) lime can seem like a miracle cure though. […]
Chemists and engineers designed a technology that protects soil. A polymer encased in recycled paper bonds to positive ions in soil to form clumps. These clods of dirt break up the hard surface that can form following a fire, promoting the absorption of water, which stops soil from being flushed away during a heavy rain. […]