Sheet Flow Construction Erosion Control

April 13, 2020

Hydroseeding Around a Fence

Photo: David Jenkins
Photo: David Jenkins

Hydroseed after the fencing is installed. If you don’t, the seed and mulch get trampled by the fence guys and get covered by the dirt excavated from the post holes. Country Green Hydroseeding in Olympia, Washington.

June 25, 2019

Hydroseeding on the Edge

photo: David Jenkins

Hydroseeding on the edge of a runway shoulder.

September 27, 2020

Erosion Control Photos

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December 10, 2019

Creative Contractor Makes Slope Tracking Excavator Bucket

Leave it to the creative contractor to come up with creative solutions. Confronted with a small, steep slope and wet soil, the contractor didn’t want to risk walking a small caterpiller up and down to roughen it before hydroseeding. Using some angle iron and an excavator bucket, they welded up a slope tracker. The operator tamps the slope with the bucket just like they are compacting the slope. This is the result.


Video: David Jenkins

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