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(A) For the purpose of controlling erosion on construction sites temporary vegetation shall be planted. To achieve best results in establishing ground cover quickly, small grains like oats, rye, wheat, sudans and sorghums shall be used.
(B) Prior to seeding, needed erosion control practices such as diversions, grade stabilization structures, berms, dikes and the like shall be installed.
(C) Temporary vegetation practice shall be applied prior to the completion of final grading of the site.
(D) If the area to be seeded is packed, crusted and hard the top layer of soil shall be loosened by suitable means.
(E) Areas that are not well covered shall be replanted.
(F) The seeded area shall be watered when feasible and needed.
(G) (1) Permanent vegetation shall be used to control erosion.
(2) Prior to seeding needed erosion control practices such as dikes, swales, diversions and the like shall be installed.
(3) Mulch shall be used where needed.
(4) The area shall be watered daily or as often as necessary to maintain adequate soil moisture.
(Ord. 3055, passed 12-21-99)