Section 880-X-10C-.60 - Revegetation: Revegetation Timing and Soil Stabilization Practices (Alabama Administrative Code)

§ 880-X-10C-.60. Revegetation: Revegetation Timing and Soil Stabilization Practices

The permittee shall plant disturbed areas during the first normal period for favorable planting conditions after replacement of the plant growth medium. The normal period for favorable planting is that planting time generally accepted locally for the type of plant materials selected.

Suitable mulch and other soil stabilizing practices shall be used on all areas that have been regraded and covered by topsoil or topsoil substitutes. However, the State Regulatory Authority may waive this requirement if seasonal, soil or slope factors result in a condition where mulch and other soil stabilizing practices are not necessary to control erosion and to promptly establish an effective vegetative cover.

Author: Randall C. Johnson

(Original Filed November 14, 1989; effective: March 7, 1991.)

Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, §§ 9-16-71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 80, 84, 90, 92, 97.

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