Reducing Forest Fires

Adjusting the carbon offset credits so that melons and guards are more valuable not only does it retain topsoil moisture it could prevent Forest fires. By planting them in the moiat season and not even harvesting them mulching or mowing would further increase soil moisture. Intermixing with trees and just allowing the melons to burn should also drastically slow the spread of fire. Less fire means what? Less carbon monoxide, so you get a quadruple the air cleaning benefit. 1. More rain 2. More topsoil moisture 3. Reducing the amount of carbon monoxide 4. Acting as carbon scrubbers themselves.


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