Will be adding fill dirt to our property, to build it up to avoid flooding during rains.
According to wardchem.com, calcium chloride can be used to prevent sedimentary and dirt from washing away. The typical use of this compound is in flake form, and has been used in recent years to keep roads from erosion damage from heavy use. The compound has also been used to melt snow of roadways, and is effective at keeping dust level down. It can be combined with sediment to lessen the erosion effect, or around it.
Depending on what your property is used for, I would also suggest letting some vegetation grow – nothing works better than plant roots for holding soil together. You can also put mulch out on the soil, and then you’ll have richer material later!
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