Application of biomat
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Application of biomat
Biomat is a canvas made on the basis of plants. Often used for its production are coconut shells, linen non-woven fibers, jute, straw or compound mixtures. The composition is selected depending on the region in which the biomass can be used.
The main area in which biomats are in demand is the protection of the soil from erosion caused by the influence of water and winds, as well as the restoration of the natural plant layer. With its help, the earth is reliably protected from precipitation (snow, rain) and wind, and decaying with time fibers serve as a natural fertilizer.
Initially, biomasses were developed only as mats, the main function of which was to protect loose grounds. However, over time, they began to include nutrient media, soil-forming bacteria that improve the condition of the fertile soil layer, seeds and fertilizers. Today these are already quite complex structures that not only successfully cope with water and wind, but contribute to the growth of a beautiful, high-quality lawn. Biodegradable components of the biomass completely decompose for 1-3 years, immediately included in the cycle of natural nutrients. This is the main difference of these mats from geomatics, which in their composition have artificial synthetic substances and minerals that have a long decomposition period. The use of biomass does not disturb the balance of the ecosystem that surrounds them.
Today, biomasses are increasingly being used in land reclamation. With their help fix the mobile layer of soil on the ground, located at an angle. Immediately after laying mats, they protect the surface physically, with their weight. But after a while, the shoots and roots of the seeds of the plants planted in the biomass are used. Some products are provided with nutritious organic mineral fertilizers, which makes it possible to forget about the care of mats for the entire time of their biological decomposition from 1 to 3 years. They need only watering, like an ordinary fertile land.
If the biomass is located in a territory that undergoes mowing, then a rare intervention does not damage the protection. If the mowing is done regularly, the sowing of the area may be necessary after 2 years of operation of the biomass. On light sandy soils in the southern regions of the country, special water-retaining compounds are placed in mats. With their help, the design easily stores excess moisture during the rainy season, and in arid periods gives up the accumulated in the soil. Some types of biomass are used specifically for planting purposes. They include seeds of perennial grasses and plants that have a developed root system. They create a smooth, beautiful lawn and perfectly tolerate regular mowing.
In all cases, when high-quality, reliable and inexpensive landscaping of slopes, difficult for irrigation and fertilizers, subject to wind erosion is required, biomats will come to the rescue. With their help you can save a lot of time, money and nerves when creating a beautiful lawn. You will be pleasantly surprised by the ease of packing and care of protective biomass.