As soon as the forest is planted, it needs to be maintained because grass, grasses, shrubs and deciduous shoots are growing at the same time as the young trees, which threaten the growth of planed, seeded or naturally grown trees. The objective of agro-technical care in restored tumours is to prevent the negative effect of drown, so that the planted trees have more light, living space, water and nutrients. This is especially important for the sun-loving pine. If you are not receiving enough sunlight for a long time, pine, herbaceous overshadowed may perish. Agrotechnical care is usually started during the year of planting, if the fission threatens young trees, and continues for several years, at least three, while they are overgrown grass and other ground plants. The frequencies of care depend on the species of restored trees, the fertility of the soil and also the weather conditions – in fertile soils care should be taken more frequently, including warmth and humidity contribute to a more intense growth of the dampness. The most common enough is one cleaning a year, but if the grass until autumn still outgrows the plantings of the young trees, care must be repeated. It is recommended that the round be harvested before winter, so that snowy grasses are not stored on small trees in the winter and do not disturb their vertical growth next year. Favourable conditions are formed under the medicinal product for rodents and the development o
f woody diseases. The following four ways can be carried out for agro-technical cleaning: Mowing the cut-off at 0.5 m radius around each stick; Mowing from a 1 m wide band, i.e. I., 0.5 meters to each side of the axis of the rows to be copied; Cuts the entire area. This type is often used in areas that regenerated naturally. A combination of all the above forms of care is permissible.

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