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Buffalos Provide Natural Eco – Friendly Solution to Chemical Fertilizers


ECO –Sensitive Solution for Revegetation

Our great Country is littered with ECO- sensitive issues many affecting public waters and protected natural areas. We are spending millions of dollars rehabilitating these sensitive areas. Clean up of fisheries and water eco-systems are of great public interest. Many times the solution requires the use of chemical fertilizers to promote the required revegetation.

Chemicals leach into soils and find their way back into these sensitive areas. For example, The Water Science and Technology Board, (WTSB), Division on Earth and Life Sciences of the National Research Council has continued to promote the clean up of tributaries and water ways leading up to massive fish kill in the Gulf of Mexico. Limpert Environmental, has spent years of research to provide a manufactured non- chemical, Eco-friendly solution. Why go to all the work to return nature to its original form, only to continue to pollute?

Limpert Environmental is a manufacturer of all natural products for the erosion control, hydroseeding industry and commercial and retail soils and soil amendments that revegetate faster without harming the environment. Their composite mulch along with a proprietary blend that includes composted and processed buffalo manure ensures outstanding growth in some of the most sensitive areas with no environmental footprint.

Limpert’s soil division offers a range of products from golf course divot mix to potting soils that promote healthier plants. Healthy Soils, Healthy Plants, Healthy people.

Truly a Green Company who sole mission is to promote growing solutions without the use of chemicals.


 Environmental Issues
 Fish Kill
 Non-Chemical growing
 Natural Revegetation
 Eco-Sensitive areas

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