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289 - Establish conserved buffer and creek rehabilitation zones
290 - Divert flood prone waterways away from sensitive biodiversity breeding areas
291 - Remove the invasive vines that are killing trees and covering the canopy that inhibits water removal/evaporation
292 - Plant trees and flora that have good root systems to control, slow flood damage
293 - Identify and assist regeneration of water intolerant flora and fauna species
294 - Introduce and encourage wet tolerant species for seasonally waterlogged or low-lying areas.
295 - Undertake vegetative propagation to encourage rapid fruiting
296 - Utilize hormones to induce fruiting and flowering out of season
297 - Store seeds for use during low fruiting periods.
298 - Assess the fruiting calendars of different species in different climatic areas
299 - Protect of trees from rainfall/elements in green houses
300 - Practice anthropogenic fertilization (by hand) in cases where Rainfallinhibits natural pollination and fertilization
301 - Identify, select and plant varieties that fruit/flower at different times throughout the year.
302 - Develop, dessiminate, breed and encourage the use of rain-tolerate tree varieties
303 - Undertake grafting to ensure fruiting under controlled conditions
304 (b) - Forest Plantations on sloping areas should be planted in various planting rows and patters to encourage soil retention
304 - Discourage clearing of vegetation on steep slopes
304 (a) - Reforest cleared slopes with tree and grass species with well developed root systems that will control soil erosion (e.g. vetiver and namamau)
305 - Use downed braches as a soil erosion/runoff break (sloped areas)
306 - Gravel/pave roads in logging areas