When you consider all of the favorable characteristics of RPM technology, it has broad application to many different kinds of global projects addressing: sustainable landscapes, economic development, hunger, or carbon initiatives.
Given RPM's growth characteristics, when it comes to timber or carbon sequestration, tens of millions of dollars of benefit can be generated when compared to bareroot (BR) alternatives. Once the specific goals and objectives of a project are known, customized analysis can be developed against which the success of the project can be measured. RPM hardwood trees will create 2.5-3.0 times the number of quality saw logs in half the time and sequester 2.5-3.0 times the amount of carbon.
RPM's success in early production of nuts and fruit can bring obvious acceleration of economic benefit to developing markets and commercial livelihood to thousands of workers. Perhaps though, RPM's strongest attribute is its survivability rates in difficult soil conditions and the fact that is superior growth performance (and survivability rates) increase even more, insure a successful project with dynamic, visible results.