Straw/Coconut BlanketsMade in USA
KEP-SC2 is a temporary rolled erosion control product composed of 70% agricultural wheat straw and 30% organic coconut fiber evenly distributed and mechanically stitch bonded on maximum two inch centers to a top and bottom netting. The choice in nettings are, 90 day photodegradable poly net (white), 12 month photodegradable poly net (green) and 90 day natural net which is 90 day biodegradable, (tan). Select the netting most suitable to fit your site conditions and maintenance needs.
All Cherokee Manufacturing blankets are proudly manufactured in the USA in accordance with our quality control program to ensure a uniform thickness of mulch.
- Slope Stabilization
- Soil Reinforcement
- Support in Channels
- Land Restoration Projects
- Slope or Channel Erosion Control
- Slopes up to 1.5:1
- Medium flow channels
- Bare ground seeding
- Prevents soil erosion from rainfall impact
- Prevents soil erosion from stormwater sheet flow
- Prevents soil erosion from concentrated channel flow
- Retains moisture in soil to enhance seed germination and vegetation growth
- Available with a leno woven natural netting to prevent wildlife entanglement
KEP-SC2 & KEP-SC2 Natural are available in 4’, 8’, and 16’ wide rolls x 112.5’ or 562.5’.
Resources & Articles
High-Strength Reinforcement Geotextile
How to install high-strength reinforcement geotextile fabric. In our example, we will be using a Mirafi – HP570 geotextile fabric.Read More
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 added to the center of the roll to be installed with equipment. Straw blankets are 100% biodegradable products and standard plastic netting products. Product Applications Our straw blankets are primarily…Read More
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 soil erosion.Read More