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Introduce four special slope greening
There are many slope greening equipment and methods, so I remind everyone that when greening is carried out, the greening method should be selected according to the actual conditions in order to save manpower and material resources. When greening, you may encounter a variety of difficult situations, so I will introduce four special slope greening for you in case of emergency:
Greening of high-hardness soil slopes:
When the soil compressive strength is greater than 15kg/cm2, the growth of plant roots will be hindered, and the growth of plants will be stunted. In this case, drilling holes and ditches can be used to improve soil hardness. It can also be greened with plant concrete.
Greening of rock slopes:
Rock slopes are generally high and steep slopes. There are no conditions for the growth of plants, and additional soil is needed for greening. For rock slopes with undeveloped joints and good stability, greening of vines can be considered; the method is to put soil near the slope or at the bottom of the slope, plant vines on it, and grow, climb, and cover the slope.
Side slope greening of scenic spots:
The greening of the slopes of scenic spots has high aesthetic requirements, and conditions are available for frequent maintenance and management. Greening needs to be carefully designed and constructed. Trees should be evergreen in all seasons, grasses should be of vigorously growing species, and flowers can also be used. The slope should be reinforced, such as hanging nets, piling, etc. Pedestrian passages should be set up to facilitate daily maintenance and management.
Steep slope greening:
For slopes above 25°, special attention should be paid to slope protection during greening. Plants can be shrubs and herbaceous plants. Piles, fences, and grout stone frames can be used on the slope to facilitate slope stability and plant growth. However, these measures cannot guarantee the long-term stability of the slope, and it must be maintained and managed later. For important slopes, planting concrete can be used for greening.