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Slope stabilization in the garden made easy with the BM350 slope mat

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With the BMK 350 slope mat, it is child's play to reinforce a slope and effectively reduce soil erosion. This customer reference shows the classic application situation in a newly laid-out private garden. The slope is located at the transition from the terrace to the garden or lawn. In order not to lose too much area in the garden, a somewhat steeper slope angle (rise/fall) is usually chosen. In turn, the steeper the slope, the more difficult it is to successfully sow and grow new vegetation, plants and lawn.

It is precisely for these reasons that the use of our slope mat is recommended. The slope mat BM350 consists of 100 % natural coconut fibers, quilted with a PP thread in a PP net. If the slope is to be planted with e.g. lawn seeds, it is recommended to sow the lawn seeds on the slope mats and to cover them with fertile soil after sowing. The lawn seed and soil will find hold in the coir fibers of the embankment mat and will be protected from wind erosion, water erosion and soil erosion. For this reason, slope mat is often called seed mat.

If the slope is to be planted, the slope mat can simply be cut crosswise with a pair of scissors or a knife at the desired location with a so-called plant cutout. The plant is then placed in the plant hole normally. As soon as all plants were set, the embankment mat can be covered with e.g. earth, bark mulch or wood chips. The coir fibers of the slope mat will improve the hold of the cover material.

Notes on Installation: When laying the embankment mat, make sure that the individual sheets are laid flat next to each other perpendicular to the slope of the embankment. The overlap at the vertical longitudinal joints should be approx. 10 cm and at the transverse joints approx. 10-20 cm. The open edge of the overlap must face away from the main wind direction. The embankment mat should be secured in the ground using either Ground Anchor steel (U-shaped wire hoop) or wooden pegs preferably made of beech as long as no vegetation has grown.

Note on HPB300 wooden stake: The wooden stake was shortened to the appropriate length by the customer.

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