Plantations, trees and hedges

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Plantations, trees and hedges

Post  Admin on Tue Jan 08, 2008 11:53 am

The basic idea of a good choice of species is the observation of the vegetation in the region. In all cases, it is essential to make a choice of species whose ecology is adapted to its environment: soil moisture, sunshine, wind resistance, etc.. It is also important to be familiar with the development of a natural gas plant in adulthood (height, volume…) and to verify its compatibility with space will be hosted. The trees with large development must be planted sufficiently spaced from each other, away from buildings… or any place
Keep in bright light, or in full view, in order to avoid subsequent sizes intemperate, risky and not the original intent. It is therefore important to check in any draft plantations, the essence of each character and its adaptability to the interview which will be imposed: certain species, for example, bear more or less the size and push so hirsute. Other species with strong development
Not suitable for the formation of hedges cut (eg palm laurel), or the formation of low hedges such as cedar. Avoid uniformity hedges pruned monotonous and rigid consisting entirely of a single gasoline (… cedar): they are sad, invariable during the season and often alien to the landscape.
These hurdles have the advantages of greater integration landscape, better flexibility in the size, better resistance to disease and pests, and a better ecological balance.

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