Plant vegetation into heavy containers
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Heavy containers (e.g. concrete pots, car tyres) may help to anchor planted vegetation in place, especially in high-energy environments. Vegetation could be grown off-site in containers and then transplanted to the field. Alternatively, vegetation could be planted directly into containers in the field. Consider using containers that will break down or can be removed once the plants are established, e.g. biodegradable concrete (Krumholz & Jadot 2009).
Krumholz J. & Jadot C. (2009) Demonstration of a new technology for restoration of red mangrove (Rhizophora mangle) in high-energy environments. Marine Technology Society Journal, 43, 64–72.
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This Action forms part of the Action Synopsis:Marsh and Swamp Conservation
Marsh and Swamp Conservation - Published 2021
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