Roadbank stabilization at low cost. Hursh, C. R. 1939.
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Low-cost methods of establishing vegetation on cut-and-fill slopes of roadbanks are described. Planting and seeding without preliminary stabilization are too expensive for extensive use. Two types of mulch application–staked weed mulches and staked brush and litter mulches–are outlined. Requirements for labor and equipment are listed, and procedures for mulch application are discussed.
@article{hursh_roadbank_1939,
	title = {Roadbank stabilization at low cost.},
	volume = {Note 38. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Appalachian Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, NC. 20p.},
	url = {http://cwt33.ecology.uga.edu/publications/808.pdf},
	abstract = {Low-cost methods of establishing vegetation on cut-and-fill slopes of roadbanks are described. Planting and seeding without preliminary stabilization are too expensive for extensive use. Two types of mulch application--staked weed mulches and staked brush and litter mulches--are outlined.  Requirements for labor and equipment are listed, and procedures for mulch application are discussed.},
	author = {Hursh, C. R.},
	year = {1939},
	keywords = {CWT}
}
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