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  • Effects on Post Fire Revegetation

    Myth:Post-fire remediation actions, specifically hydraulic mulching and seeding, have a detrimental impact on the re-establishment of natural plant communities in California. Point of View: One of the first questions asked following an urban wildfire is whether or not to seed hillsides left barren by the fire and subject to erosion. Prior to 1993, ...
    Posted to White Papers (Forum) by mikeharding on February 4, 2010
  • Perception After a Wildfire

    Myth: Post-fire remediation actions, specifically hydraulic mulching and seeding, are costly to implement on the large areas affected by wildfires and are not effective in controlling erosion. Point of View: There is the perception that after a wildfire, erosion and sediment control measures are implemented over the entire burn area, making ...
    Posted to White Papers (Forum) by mikeharding on February 4, 2010
  • Effects on Post Fire Revegetation

    Myth:Post-fire remediation actions, specifically hydraulic mulching and seeding, have a detrimental impact on the re-establishment of natural plant communities in California. Point of View: One of the first questions asked following an urban wildfire is whether or not to seed hillsides left barren by the fire and subject to erosion. Prior to 1993, ...
    Posted to Erosion Control Information (Forum) by mikeharding on February 4, 2010
  • Perception After a Wildfire

    Myth: Post-fire remediation actions, specifically hydraulic mulching and seeding, are costly to implement on the large areas affected by wildfires and are not effective in controlling erosion. Point of View: There is the perception that after a wildfire, erosion and sediment control measures are implemented over the entire burn area, making ...
    Posted to Erosion Control Information (Forum) by mikeharding on February 4, 2010
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