Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAY 2018

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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2018 Specifier's Guide plant materials & accessories 280 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Soil Amendments / Humates Landscape Fabric Mulch Rubber Mulch RootTrapper ® barrier fabric controls landscape root escape. Installs in trench, laminated side out. Rolls are 36" wide. To learn more, please visit: 800-824-3941 Ad on page 287 Information Request # 9293 DeWitt PRO 5 WEED BARRIER ® is the industry's best 5 oz. woven, needle- punched, polypropylene fabric designed for professional and commercial use. Approved by leading landscape architects and most government agencies. 800-888-9669 Information Request # 9180 Stonewood™ Mulch is a beautiful, premium shredded hardwood mulch ideal for any project. Stonewood™ lasts longer, promotes soil health, is engineered to hold on steep slopes and meets SWPP standards. 877-256-9639 Information Request # 9257 "Nugget" or "Shredded" Rubber Mulch, of the highest quality, for Landscaping, Playgrounds, Equestrian applications, etc. Available in many colors that last for years. Ships from Florida to anywhere in the Southeast United States. 352-209-4800 Information Request # 9409 Live Earth is a Utah business with 30 years' experience producing humate soil conditioners and fertilizers. Farmers, landscapers, and consumers trust Live Earth. To learn more about Live Earth products. 435-286-2222 See ad on pages 273, 287 Information Request # 9072 Sustane Organic and Natural Base Fertilizers and Soil Builders combine multiple benefits of high quality, mature compost loaded with beneficial biology. Sustane is derived from aerobic, concentrated compost - rich in humus, dense in nutrients and biologically active. 800-352-9245 See ad on page 283 Information Request # 9577

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