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Title:Chapter 5.6.3 BMP Re-Vegetate and Re-Forest Disturbed Areas Using Native Species.pdf
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  • BMP 5.6.3: Re-Vegetate and Re-Forest Disturbed Areas, Using Native Species Sites that require landscaping and re-vegetation should select and use vegetation (i.e., native species) that does not require significant chemical maintenance by fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides.
  • Water Quality Improvement Minimizing Disturbance/Minimizing Maintenance through Use Native Species for Landscaping and ReVegetation can improve water quality preventively by minimizing application of fertilizers and pesticides/herbicides.
  • Different types of native species landscapes may be created, from meadow to woodland areas, obviously requiring different approaches to planting.
  • In sum, many different aspects...
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