Please do not disperse ACTIVATED CHARCOAL on Triclosan clouds. STOP USING TRICLOSAN ALTOGETHER, which is synthetic titanium dioxide. It does not have the right number of electrons to stop vortexes, so they float to another place. And it sucks up water vapor, as all man-made clouds do. Harmful rays evaporate floating vapor (called clouds) something like 100 times faster (with a lot of variables) than water standing on the ground. So STOP USING TRICLOSAN. The rain it produces is toxic to the soil and plants.
The whole point of creating cloud cover is to stop the expansion of the desert, but the Ozone layer will do that. We don't need cloud cover; we need to repair the ozone layer with essential oils. The Ozone layer IS the cloud cover we need, but triclosan is toxic to it and to the plant life you are trying to protect. Use Titanium Dioxide in its natural state (and have the chemist verify each bag) to dessiminate activated charcoal. Theoretically it is better to use activated charcoal at night and essential oils during the day.
Drought is based on moisture content of the soil, not on rainfall. It normally takes several years of deficit rainfall to call a drought. Triclosan will not improve the drought because it is toxic to the soil. Improving the Ozone will improve the moisture content of the soil and restart a healthy water cycle, but Triclosan stops essential oils from repairing the ozone layer.