Spray technique could make moorland restoration less labor-intensive

04/13/2009 | Times (London) (subscription required), The

A spray-on technique for restoring deteriorating moorland could revolutionize the regeneration process, which is seen as crucial to curbing greenhouse-gas emissions. The current process of restoration involves putting each plant in the ground individually. Tests conducted earlier this year on the spray technique, in which fragmented moss is sprayed directly on the moors from a helicopter, had promising results.

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