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Erosion Control & Geo-Textile Fabrics

High-Strength Geotextile

High-Strength Reinforcement Geotextile

Disclaimer - This article is a general how to use our products and is not intended to be a final installation guideline. You must always consult ...
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Straw Blankets – Applications and Benefits

Our straw blankets come in 8’ or 16’ width rolls, many lengths are available and custom lengths are available as well. A core can be ...
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Rolled Erosion Control Products

Rolled Erosion Control Products

Rolled erosion control products (RECP) are designed to solve an issue where soil erosion is imminent on bare ground soil, but vegetation alone can't prevent ...
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Vegetated wind breaks

Vegetated Wind Breaks

Vegetated wind breaks (sometimes called living snow fence) have been used for many years in areas with large expanses of open fields for many purposes ...
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Non-woven Geotextile Fabric being installed

Installing an Unbonded Concrete Overlay Using Geotextile Fabric

Disclaimer - This article is a general how to use our products and is not intended to be a final installation guideline. You must always consult ...
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Road Stabilization Fabric

Geotextiles for Separation & Stabilization

Our geotextiles for separation & stabilization are made of woven or non-woven polypropylene. Cherokee can manufacture geotextiles in any given width or length. Product Applications Our geotextiles ...
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Geogrid Application

Geogrid – Applications and Benefits

Our Geogrid is made from a punched and drawn polypropylene netting (grid pattern) with square or rectangle openings. The standard width is 13.1’ wide, we ...
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Installing Geosynthetic Clay Liners

Disclaimer - This article is a general how to use our products and is not intended to be a final installation guideline. You must always consult ...
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Geogrid Fabrics for Base Reinforcement

Cherokee manufacturing distributes a wide array of geogrid fabrics for base reinforcement to meet many site conditions. Punched and drawn polypropylene geogrids are most commonly ...
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