Super-Sod Recommends Drivable Grass as an Excellent Solution for Erosion Control

Drivable Grass permeable pavers, an environmentally friendly product for erosion control in storm water management projects, are now available at every Super-Sod Outlet and their Raleigh location now has a Drivable Grass display area installed.

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Drivable Grass Road Shoulder

Drivable Grass Road Shoulder

This unique product, whether planted or non-planted, is the solution for a variety of applications for soil stabilization.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

Drivable Grass is a plantable concrete pavement system. It is designed to flex and conform to irregular ground surface contours while providing structural support and allowing water infiltration to the soil below.

Unlike other concrete products, Drivable Grass, when planted with sod or grass seed, facilitates the growth of a continuous root system below the mats, promoting healthy turf while minimizing moisture evaporation. This unique product, whether planted or non-planted, is the solution for a variety of applications for erosion control and soil stabilization in storm water management projects.

When compared to traditional non-permeable drainage solutions, Drivable Grass slows down water run-off and allows for water infiltration into the surrounding soil. These characteristics make Drivable Grass an ideal solution for erosion control protection when used in bio-swales, roadside swales, infiltration basins, channels and ditches, and for road shoulders.

Drivable Grass permeable pavers are available for purchase in the Southeast at all Super-Sod locations.

Super-Sod is a family-run business that employs experts in turf and horticulture. One of their most popular products has been their Soil3 organic compost, delivered in a cubic yard BigYellowBag, which they make partially from composted grass clippings from their sod production. Super-Sod continues to develop new garden products, foster gardening and landscaping, and always seeks to improve their farming practices, technology, environmental stewardship, and employee knowledge.