LANDLOK® Turf Reinforcement Mats

LANDLOK® Turf Reinforcement Mats (TRMs) featuring X3® Fiber Technology are three-dimensional and/or stitchbonded polypropylene geotextiles that deliver long-term erosion protection. By reinforcing roots and stems, LANDLOK promotes vegetation, which has been recognized by the EPA as the most effective form of erosion control.

Features & Benefits

  • Patented X3®  Fiber Technology features unique trilobal cross section to capture water, soil and seed for enhanced vegetation
  • Made with all stabilized components to improve overall performance 
  • Demonstrates robust UV resistance for up to 10 years design life
  • More environmentally-friendly solution compared to rock riprap and concrete paving
  • Ease of installation reduces time and labor costs
  • Overall costs savings compared to traditional hard armoring solutions


  • Low flow channels and waterways
  • Roadside erosion control

LANDLOK® Erosion Control Blankets (ECBs) are dimensionally stable reinforced rolled products made from a variety of organic and synthetic materials. All of our ECBs are designed to hold seed and soil in place, protect emerging seedlings and accelerate vegetation growth to achieve long-term erosion protection.

Available ECBS

Biodegradable Net: Composed of biodegradable jute netting and straw matrix.

  • Perfect for environmentally sensitive projects
  • Provides functional longevity for up to 36 months

Photodegradable: Composed of a photodegradable polypropylene netting, straw and/or coconut matrix
Application: Slight to moderate slopes
Provides functional longevity for up to 36 months


Short-term challenges of establishing vegetation in low to moderate erosion applications

  • Moderate slopes
  • Swales, low flow channels


For more information about LANDLOK Erosion Control Blankets download the sell sheet here and  LANDLOK Turf Reinforcement Mats  download the sell sheet here.

Project Spotlight

Learn how PYRAMAT® stabilized the channel along Bell Road in Scottsdale, AZ: Pasadena Glen Watershed Case Study.


Web-based Erosion Control Modeling Application

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