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Erosion Control

Our collection of tough and hardy plants includes ground-covers, flowering shrubs, and grasses, all specifically targeted at reducing soil erosion and helping revegatation. Their roots will knit together loose soils and help retain moisture and humus.

Create dams and barriers to slow the flow of any water. Plant native grasses to hold the soil in. Plant drought tolerant low plants. Add shadecloth or treeguards if possible to shade new tubestock from searing sun. When these start to establish, plant shrubs and trees.

Here's useful advice on construction and hard landscaping to prevent soil erosion;
and here's a truly inspiring story on Peter Andrews and Tony Coote turning desert into green land

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