b'RECOVERYof the lands corcHeDe artH LANDS r ecoverym ix tM IN NEED37i n a B ae m g T Aid in reducing erosion s t M and recovering land S y once covered in juniper / cedar / mesquite specieso c EPIPELINES Help jumpstart the healing of your land after stricken by drought, wildfire, cedar and right-of-way clearing. A diversity of native warm season, cool season, annuals, perennials, wildflowers and native grasses is useful in reducing erosion and providing wildlife habitat. Because of the large variety of native species, this mixDROUGHTcan be planted in spring or fall. Seeding rates are calculated to provide 40 live seeds per square foot. After heavy rains, soil erosion may produce devastating long term impacts to river basins and the sustainability of the land resource. Assembled to address steep, rocky hills west of IH 35. Native Wildflowers & Grasses:CLEARINGSand Dropseed, Little Bluestem, Sand Lovegrass, Purple Prairie Clover, Plains Coreopsis, Green Sprangletop, Tall Dropseed, Sideoats Grama, White Prairie Clover, Indiangrass, Red Lovegrass, Virginia Wildrye, Plains Bristlegrass, Midway Mix, Lemon Mint, Cane Bluestem, Illinois Bundleflower, Hooded Windmill Grass, Prairie Wildrye, Indian Blanket, Switchgrass, Buffalograss, Prairie Verbena, Common Sunflower, Slim Tridens, Arizona Cottontop, Curly Mesquite, Texas Cupgrass, Texas Yellow Star, Huisache Daisy, American Basketflower, Cutleaf Daisy,WILDFIRESouthwestern Bristlegrass, Texas Bluebonnet, Gayfeather, Purple Three Awn, White RosinweedScorched Earth Recovery Mix Item #1816Rangeland Seeding Rate 12 lbs / acreLawn & Garden Seeding 1 lb / 1,250 sf TRANSMISSION 350 sf / $24 d-pak $37 / lb RIGHT-OF-WAY62n ativea MeRiCans eed 325 446 3600'