EnviroBond Grow

Need an instantaneous soil stabilisation polymer that stops erosion in its tracks and grows grass? You need EnviroBond Grow – a highly concentrated liquid polymer with added macro and micro-nutrients that are optimised for seed germination and plant establishment.

EnviroBond Grow has a C-factor as low as 0.001 – meaning you can be assured your erosion challenges are addressed. With the inclusion of our advanced, environmentally friendly liquid fertiliser, EnviroBond Grow is optimised to establish long-term vegetation and offers a highly cost-effective option for introductory level hydroseeding applications and programs, which can be tailored to requirements based upon budgetary constraints, seasonal conditions and desired outcomes.

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Benefits
Application Considerations
application guidelines
  • With a C-factor as low as 0.001 you can be assured that your erosion challenges are addressed.*
  • Includes our advanced Environmentally friendly liquid fertiliser.
  • Optimised to establish vegetation providing long-term outcomes.
  • Highly cost effective for introductory level hydroseeding applications and programs.

*Note: C-Factor rating detailed has been determined from independent lab testing under simulated rain events below 150mm per hour.

  • Always prepare a suitable seed bed by Pin wheeling, Horizontal ripping, or track rolling prior to the application of EnviroBond Grow™.
  • Apply from opposing directions to ensure 100% ground coverage is achieved.
  • Has soil testing been performed and analysed by a qualified soil specialist?
  • Is there a watering program proposed or sufficient natural rain events expected to establish the vegetation?
  • Do you require a long term self-sustainable outcome?
  • Topsoil Stockpiles consolidation and erosion protection
  • Seed protection from wind and rain
  • Dust control (mining and construction)
  • Sand dune stabilisation and/or revegetation
  • Tackifier in hydroseeding applications
  • Establishment and reconstruction of golf greens
  • Mine tailings stabilisation
  • Soil consolidation after bush fires
  • General landscape construction