Flooding is too much water in one location, where we do not expect it. Lakes are not called flooded, because we expect water to be there. Again, our expectation is the problem. On beaches it is called high tide or low tide. This suggests it is normal and the change is normal.
Flooding comes in grades. A few metres of water cannot be handled with any product at all. But, if the rains are heavy and long, Rebearth supports the plant to handle these situations for much longer. Examples in potatoes, in The Netherlands, showed that 6 weeks of heavy rain made crops fail. Except the fields sprayed with Rebearth. They were affected and parts of the harvest were rotten, but total yield left, was the highest ever for this farmer. Since he was the only one with a harvest, prices were very high too. A real life saver.