Wood strand erosion control mulch
WoodStraw® is a patented, engineered wood strand erosion control material with highly effective wind and water erosion control characteristics useful for burned area emergency response (BAER), road maintenance/obliteration, mine reclamation, construction, and any other disturbed soil projects.
Key features and benefits include:
- Performs better than agricultural straw in rainy and windy conditions
- Naturally 100% weed and pesticide free
- Promotes revegetation while preventing invasive species
- Minimizes surface and soil erosion and rilling – even on steep slopes
- Easily applied by hand, straw blower, or helicopter
- Suitable for use on burn areas, road maintenance, vineyards, mine reclamation & more
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Read more about our WoodStraw® technology:
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