Erosion control is a growing problem.
The goal of applying soil science and agronomic methods to the problem of erosion control. Part of the solution is in optimizing the soil chemistry to provide the right levels of mineral macronutrients. Part of the solution is in designing the optimal organic growth medium and plant meals to drive germination.
Part of the solution is in creating the optimal biological culture including beneficial bacteria and fungi to jumpstart root growth and the decomposition of organic material into micronutrients. Part of the solution is in designing the matrix of mulching fibers and bonding agents to provide the temporary erosion, temperature, and moisture control. The final part of the solution is in designing the system of all of these components to work together and decompose at appropriate rates to provide plant available micronutrients as they are needed. That’s it.