Renewing degraded land: Creative alternatives for successful revegetation

Restoring degraded landscapes faces a challenge due to limited fresh topsoil. Yet there are innovative methods that bypass the need for expensive and finite fresh soil resources.

This method capitalises on the potential of active components to breathe new life into deteriorated soil, replenishing essential microbial and biological activities.

Unlike conventional practices, which entail importing fresh soil, this innovative approach nurtures existing soil through a strategic infusion of active components. The result is initiating ecological succession and creating a fertile ground that fosters robust vegetation growth.

Enhancing existing soil structure, nutrient retention, and water-holding capacity is how to nurture a self-sustaining ecosystem that reduces the need for external soil inputs. By focusing on the reinvigoration of native soil, this technique establishes a more sustainable and cost-effective approach for large-scale revegetation projects.

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