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Erosion Control

In addition to turf grass establishment, Pennington Seed also specializes in specific seed for native reclamation and restoration of sensitive erodible soils. We offer erosion control products such as silt fences, erosion control blankets, channel liners, hydro mulches and tackifiers.
25 products found
  • Bermuda Triangle

    The Bermuda Triangle is not a mystery anymore! Three of our best seed varieties have been blended together to provide an excellent turf with wide adaptation. These top performing varieties have improved turf density, color and moderate cold tolerance.

  • Ecology Mix

    Ecology Mixture is a mixture of elite quality turf grasses best suited for excellent turf in shady areas and low maintenance areas.

  • Excel CS-3 Straw/Coconut Blanket

    The Coconut/Straw Excel CS-3 and CS-3 All Natural are intended for slope or channel erosion control applications requiring up to twenty-four months of functional longevity.

  • Excel CC-4 Coconut Blanket

    Excel CC-4 and CC-4 All Natural are intended for slope or channel erosion control applications requiring up to thirty-six months of functional longevity.

  • Excelsior Blanket

    Excel R-1 and Excel S-2 temporary Erosion Control Blankets are composed of a 100% machine produced High Altitude Rocky Mountain Aspen Excelsior matrix.

  • Excel Straw Blanket

    Excel SR-1 and SS-2 temporary Erosion Control Blankets are composed of a 100% certified weed free agricultural straw matrix.

  • Flexterra

    Flexterra Flexible Growth Medium is designed using patented technology that immediately bonds to the soil, providing superior slope protection to rolled Erosion Control Blankets and Bonded Fiber Matrix products - with the speed and cost saving of hydraulic seeding.

  • GreenArmor System

    The unique GreenArmor System protects against elevated levels of hydraulic lift and shear forces while encouraging turf establishment and long-term root reinforcement - growing denser vegetation, faster, in areas where common TRMs have fallen short.