Coir fiber logs are easy to install and are perfect for hillside stabilization and lake bank stabilization. With pre-drilled holes spaced every 2 feet, you can easily install these coir fiber logs with a hardwood stake or you can even use the holes to support plantings. In addition to controlling erosion and stabilizing hillsides and banks, easy installation coir fiber logs are great growing mediums for plants. In addition to providing erosion control, the natural coir fibers protect and support young vegetation as it develops. Later, once the plants are more established, the natural coir biodegrades and enriching the soil. For more information coir fiber log sizing, see the specifications below. See our coir logs specifications for more information.
Coir fiber logs are 100 percent biodegradable and provide a natural protection system. Coir rolls for erosion control offer a natural protection system for plants to take root in, creating natural erosion control through vegetation. For steep slopes and hillsides in need of erosion control, coir fiber logs offer hillside stabilization as well as lake bank stabilization when flood waters rip away riverbanks and lake banks. With pre-drilled holes in the coir fiber, you don't need two rows of wooden installation stakes. You only need to place one stake inside the predrilled hole to secure it in place. Coir logs are an ecofriendly, biodegradable choice for Sediment Control and slope stabilization. Using natural erosion control coir rolls for hillside stabilization provides results that will last for years to come. Slope stability and stabilization methods that are natural give back to the environment instead of taking away from it. Coir fiber logs are 100 percent biodegradable and easy to install.
Coir Fiber Logs Features
- Available Diameters: 12", 16", and 20"
- Available Lengths: 10' and 20'
- Available Densities: 7 and 9 lbs./linear foot
Coir Fiber Logs Benefits
- High Quality Material and Product
- Predrilled Holes for Easy Installation
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