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Tuesday, October 13, 2009 

Here's hoping the Hydromulching holds


Tree top level if there were any trees
Originally uploaded by oceandrew.

cuz it's freakin' POURING.

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Still hate the hydromulching. Hate hate. We'll never know if there would have been landslides without it, but the pro-Hydromulchists are already doing a victory dance, as if Santa Barbara would have slid into the sea if not for their blanketing the hills and artificially introducing who-knows-what into a system that is clearly capable of balancing itself.... End of rant.

do you really think it takes just application and it "takes"?

Please give the stuff a decent chance to take root, for peets sake.

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