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Maintaining Grassed Waterways

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Title: Maintaining Grassed Waterways
Author: Pfost, Donald L.; Caldwell, Larry
Keywords: insufficient grass
weed control
gullies
sedimentation
insufficient capacity
Date: 1993-10
Publisher: University of Missouri Office of Extension
Abstract: Grassed waterways are commonly used as an outlet for water from terraces or to prevent gullies, where water flowing down a hillside concentrates. Inspect grassed waterways annually or after unusually large storms. Perform needed maintenance promptly to prevent costly damage to the waterway. Common maintenance problems with grassed waterways include insufficient grass, weeds and brush, sedimentation, gullies and insufficient capacity.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/9479
Other Identifiers: G1504

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