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    Sep162009

    NEW DVD: BIG AREA COVER UP!

    Big Day here at Watchyourdirt! Today is the launch of our latest DVD:  The Big Cover Up!

    How do you button up a large site, in a small amount of time?  What’s the difference between straw blankets & Blown Straw?  Are compost blankets a good idea?  When should I use what?

    These are just some of the questions that led to filming this episode of Dirt Time.  In the Big Cover Up, we look at the options for large open area erosion control.

    In this DVD,  we cover the Big Area theory, installation and finer points of ... 

    • HydroMulching,
    • Straw Blowing
    • Erosion Control Blankets
    • & Compost Blankets.

    The Big Cover Up! is available right now at www.WatchYourDirtstore.com.  Click here to get your copy.

    We hope you enjoy!  Any feedback, drop us a line using the contact us form on the right hand side of this page.

    You can check out some stills from the video here.

    Special thanks goes out to our episode sponsors:  HydroStraw & ExpressBlower.

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