- Sep 30, 2005I have a 6 acre wooded lot that had a great cover with natural pine
straw and leaves. Hurricane Katrina destroyed about a third of my
trees. I now have large areas with all this natural cover removed by
the bulldozers and other machinery used to clean up the mess. It is
largely sloped about 10-15 degrees. There are not enough trees left to
naturally recover the aforementioned areas. I have two needs. What to
do in the immediate future for erosion. And what to plant long term
that will cover quickly. I have about decided to use pine straw
initially, but have no idea what to use long term. I do not want
grass. The area is not close to a watering source. I would like some
sort of seed of a non-flowering ground cover that will cover quickly.
Any advice appreciated.
Thanks. Dr. Mark Allen, 305 S. Archusa Ave.,Quitman, MS. 39355.
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