Straw Wattles, also known as erosion logs, are man made cylinders of compressed, weed free straw (wheat or rice) used to intercept water running down a slope.  They are usually 8 to 12 inches in diameter and 20 to 25 feet long and are typically encased in jute, nylon, or other photo degradable materials.

Straw wattles

Our most popular sizes of straw wattles are 9"x25' and 12"x20'.  Other sizes and specifications are available upon request to fit your job site needs.