To date, we have completed planting on 3 hectares of land in Suplac, Mures County.
In spring 2016, we started our second afforestation project on a new land located in Suplac, Mures County. The land, which is 3 hectares in size, was highly degraded so repair work was highly recommended. We began with soil analysis and, together with the help of local forestry department; we established a planting process formed by 15,000 seedlings of oak, acacia and wild cherry.
The planting took place in two stages; the first was carried out with a team of forest specialists and the second – which took place on April 22nd to mark Earth Day – with a group of student volunteers focused on the process and hard work involved in planting the seedlings correctly.
o date, we have completed planting on 3 hectares of land in Suplac, Mures County. We have also managed to plant 30,000 seedlings on 6 hectares of land. The planting work aside, there is a need for various maintenance work to be carried out in order to ensure that the seedlings survive harsh weather conditions and finally grow by themselves.
During each season, a team of forest specialists verify the conditions of the planted seedlings, identify where maintenance work is needed, and carry out the duties listed below as required.
DIGGING – work that helps loosen the soil; it is executed at the ground surface by using the screed. This helps to ventilate the soil, prevents moisture loss and helps take away the plants that can suffocate the seedlings.
COMPLETION – dry seedlings that did not survive the weather are replaced with new seedlings.
DECOPLESIREA – helps take away the plants that can suffocate and shade the seedlings. This work is performed in early summer.
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