Create a railway embankment with the NOCH Gras-Master 3.0
As perfect as never before!
There you go: Grow railway embankment meadows!
Railway embankments are usually overgrown with wild grass. It tends to be taller, of different lengths and consists of many different plants. Weeds, green grass and single dry blades and tufts of grass lend the railway embankment an irregular appearance.
Step 1: Mix together Scatter Grass, golden yellow and »Marsh Soil« and flock railway embankment with Gras-Master 3.0. The Scatter Grass "Marsh Soil" should make up a higher proportion of the mixture, since the first layer has to provide the depth effect of the grassy area.
Step 2: After drying, hoover off loose grass fibres. Then moisten the tips of the first layer of grass with Grass Glue. The second layer, a 6 mm Wild Grass mixture of beige and "Meadow", is applied.
Step 3: After drying, hoover off again and repeat the application if necessary, depending on how wild and dense you want the vegetation to be. Moisten the tips of the Wild Grass Fibres with Grass Glue and sprinkle them with some Leaf Foliage. This is how weeds are created.
Step 4: The railway embankment can then be decorated with natural bushes from the Embankment Vegetation. Finally, decorate with Grass Tufts and "Wild Flowers" as desired.
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