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covers 10,000 sq. ft.
18-12-6 Starter Fertilizer
50% Crystal Green phosphate and 50% slow release nitrogen
Covers 12,000 sq. ft.
50 Lbs. Bag
Covers 10,000 sq. ft.
A high nitrogen and phosphorus homogeneous fertilizer. Can be used as a starter fertilizer and is good for use on trees and shrubs.
21-0-21 Winterizer Fertilizer
Covers 10,500 sq. ft.
75% Slow release to reduce flushes of growth. To be used as a winterizer or turf builder.
33-0-5-2Fe Slow Release Fertilizer
Covers 16,500 sq. ft.
Used to promote a green, heathy turf without the flush of growth.
The Eco-Stake is a 100% biodegradable hardwood pin designed to safely and effectively secure erosion control blankets. The wood stake must exhibit ample rigidity to enable being driven into hard ground, with sufficient flexibility to resist breakage.
A perennial herb with rhizomes that grows up to 48” tall. Found at low to mid elevations in marshes, transient wet spots, pond margins, and backwater areas. Distributed from the West Coast of the US east to Minnesota and south to Louisiana.
Synonyms: Slender Cordgrass
A perennial herb with rhizomes that grows up to 40” tall. Found on alkaline lake shores, streambanks, meadows and marshes throughout much of the west.
A tough perennial, warm season, native growing in large bunches 24″ to 42″ tall. It grows on dry to moist sites with sand or gravelly soil. This species is used for good forage or grazing grass in lowland and in alkali regions. Alkali Sacaton’s abundant herbage is eaten by cattle, sheep, and horses. It ranges from South Dakota to Washington, south to Missouri, Kansas, Texas, and Mexico. Varieties: Salado
A tough perennial, warm season, native growing in large bunches 24 to 42” tall. It grows on dry to moist sites with sand or gravelly soil. This species is used for good forage or grazing grass in lowland and in alkali regions. Alkali Sacaton’s abundant herbage is eaten by cattle, sheep, and horses. It ranges from South Dakota to Washington, south to Missouri, Kansas, Texas, and Mexico.
A perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass standing 12 to 18” tall. It grows on a wide range of soils and can tolerate high amounts of salinity. This species is an excellent choice in reclamation, roadside stabilization or on saline sites requiring turf. Alkaligrass ranges from New Mexico to Canada and throughout the west.
A perennial, cold tolerant, native bunchgrass that grows 8 to 24” tall. Grows well in cooler alpine, subalpine zones and mountain meadows. Prefers open sites and well-drained soils. Utilized for erosion control, reclamation and restoration. Occurs in Colorado, Utah, Washington and Oregon.
A perennial, cold tolerant, native short grass that is traditionally a bunchgrass, but can exhibit some sod-forming capability. Grows 6 to 24” in height and is commonly found in mountain meadows, bogs and wet places. Also grows on relatively well-drained soils and grassy slopes. It is added to seed mixtures to revegetate livestock and big game ranges, to protect road, ski slopes and mined lands. Occurring in the cooler and higher regions of western United States.
A perennial, cool season, introduced bunchgrass that grows 24 to 48” tall. It develops short rhizomes and is generally a drought tolerant and winterhardy. It has adapted to the loam and clay-loam soils of the prairies and is often used in pasture grass. Although the growth of Altai Wildrye is coarse, cattle and sheep find it very palatable. Found in Intermountain Regions and Northern Great Plains of Western United States.
Synonyms: Olney’s Three Square Bulrush
A perennial herb with long rhizomes that grows 8 to 40” tall. Found in marshes, pond and lake edges and other wet areas across the entire US.