A blend of annual species selected for their ability to produce biomass in most conditions, even unfavourable ones. The Biomass produced can be incorporated into the soil to build a significant organic component. It can also be harvested and introduced at a second location; building the soil health through both root and shoot biomass.
The inclusion of legumes introduces and promotes the colonisation of nitrogen fixing bacteria, while the grasses introduce and promote the growth of beneficial soil fungi and bacteria, increasing the microbial diversity in the soil. The organic material built in the soil acts as a food source to these and other soil microbes.
The annual blend can be used to produce organic material, build the soil microbial population and can act as a temporary cover (building and protecting soils) before the permanent vegetative cover is established.
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