CU-Structural Soil® <span>-3152</span>

CU-Structural Soil® -3152

It is possible to plant trees under pavement and be confident that they will grow to maturity. CU-Structural soil® can be used as both a foundation for sidewalks and as a substrate for trees, meeting the requirements of both engineers and arborists. This mix, developed by Cornell University in 1995 under the trade name CU-Soil®, has been successfully used in Canada since 1997.

The CU-soil® also provides a good foundation for grass surfaces that may be driven on occasionally by heavy vehicles.

Available on request in:

  • Alfred
  • Boucherville
  • Charny
  • Laval
3152. In stock / .

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It is possible to plant trees under pavement and be confident that they will grow to maturity. CU-Structural soil® can be used as both a foundation for sidewalks and as a substrate for trees, meeting the requirements of both engineers and arborists. This mix, developed by Cornell University in 1995 under the trade name CU-Soil®, has been successfully used in Canada since 1997.

The CU-soil® also provides a good foundation for grass surfaces that may be driven on occasionally by heavy vehicles.

Available on request in:

  • Alfred
  • Boucherville
  • Charny
  • Laval

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