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Seedguy
Yard Mesh "honeycomb"
Seedguy

In a past episode Roger had a product that resembled a 'honeycomb' and was made of plastic I believe. This was placed on a yard area and pressed in that you could drive over and reduce the compaction from traffic. We wanted to look at that possibly for use in our plot area.

Fencepost
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Fencepost
Seedguy wrote:

In a past episode Roger had a product that resembled a 'honeycomb' and was made of plastic I believe. This was placed on a yard area and pressed in that you could drive over and reduce the compaction from traffic. We wanted to look at that possibly for use in our plot area.

That's nice. Did you have a question?

If you're looking for more information on this product, look for the page on the website for that episode (under the "TV Shows" button at the top). Somewhere on that page should be a list of resources for the project, including the source for the material.

Sombreuil_mongrel
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Sombreuil_mongrel

Here is the type that gets integrated into the soil: http://www.coregravel.ca/products/core-grass/
Here is one that is applied on top of existing grass: http://www.geosolutionsinc.com/products/porous-pavement-grass-reinforcement-mesh.html

dj1
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dj1

If your intention is to park cars, a trailer, a boat, RV or whatever, first find out from your building department, if it's OK to park them in that place. In some cities, like mine, it's illegal for most of them.

Jack
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Jack
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That will be a Great Option. I have that same in my Yard.

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