The Synermulch philosophy and approach in the design of a new generation of high performance Hydraulic Mulch and Erosion Control products is that our entire line of mulch, erosion control and tackifier products are designed with optimal plant growth in mind and engineered to perform in the most difficult applications and environments.
Our research team has incorporated some of the best natural plant fibres available as the base ingredients in formulating our extensive range of fit for purpose mulch products. When combined with our own proprietary organic tackifiers, we are able to manufacture an array of standard and custom designed high performance products that fall in the following categories:
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Synermulch Hydraulic Mulch and Erosion Control product Features:
Provide immediate erosion control protection for area being sprayed
Mulch designed to contour to the soil surface and conserve soil moisture
Mulch that creates an environment that promotes and accelerates seed germination
Mulch products designed using raw materials that do not compete for nutrients with new grass seedlings, thus enhancing vegetation growth
Specifically designed for easy mixing and high loading capacity
Products that are easy to spray
Products designed to perform and excel even in the most difficult terrain, slopes and climates
Erosion control products that are fully biodegradable and designed to provide a cost effective alternative to erosion control blankets
Synermulch formulations contain a variety of different fibres such as wood cellulose, wood fibres and bast fibres derived from flax blended with proprietary tackifiers. The result is mulch formulations to lock in soil moisture and to maximize seed to soil contact.
Wood cellulose fibres hold moisture, act as a soil barrier and do not compete with plant growth for nutrients
Bast fibres from flax are a key component of our mulch products.
Bast fibres are long natural fibres that have a very high tensile strength and a favorable carbon to nitrogen ratio.
Bast fibre structure contributes to maximum soil stability as fibres conform to contours of rough soil surfaces
Bast fibre structure also imparts ease of spraying features to mulch