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Synergy 40: On a hill with a view

Synergy 40: On a hill with a view

This story is about Ocean Gardens (Perth, Australia), a retirement village sitting on a sandy hill with glorious views to the sea, and how they’ve been encouraged to thrive in what is a deceptively tricky location.
 
These gardens have struggled, often through no fault of the horticultural staff.

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Surviving the Drought with TerraCottem

Surviving the Drought

New World Associates, Landscape Architects recently posted this article on their "Bloemhof Electricity Headquarters project" in Bellville, Western Cape, South Africa. This was constructed in winter 2013 and had established over 3 summer seasons before the water was turned off in November 2016.

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Synergy 39: A cyclone and a community

Our friends from TerraCottem Australia are sharing this mind-blowing case-study about what happened after the category 5 cyclone Marcia hit the Shire of Livingstone in Queensland. 
 
Almost 500 trees needed to be replanted, co-ordinated by Matthew Kerr, using the TerraCottem soil conditioning technology.

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Synergy 38: No-spray greening

Synergy 38: No-spray greening

TerraCottem an efficient tool to combat… graffiti??? Yes, it can be ;-)

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Overview and evaluation of reforestation, combatting desertification and olive tree revitalization projects in North and South Lebanon

Overview and evaluation of reforestation, combatting desertification and olive tree revitalization projects in North and South Lebanon

During the last 2 decades, Agroflora A.V. (TerraCottem's authorized distributor in Greece) has finalized many reforestation and environmental restoration projects in Lebanon to combat desertification and to alleviate poverty. This file summarizes a few of these achievements, done in collaboration with both local and Belgian organizations. 

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New study: "Effects of topsoil treatments on afforestation in  a dry Mediterranean climate"

New study: "Effects of topsoil treatments on afforestation in a dry Mediterranean climate"

The following report summarises the results of a study conducted by University of Málaga, Spain in which the effects of five types of soil amendments on the afforestation success (e.g. plant growth and survival rate) of a Mediterranean semi-arid area were assessed.

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