Appropriate vegetation

Appropriate vegetation

Noninvasive plants suited to the site’s climate and geology that do not require excessive care or resources to maintain plant vigor.
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They can spearhead and mobilize their company personnel and even the public to plant native and appropriate vegetation in their surrounding areas that will help absorb carbon, and reduce airborne and respiratory problems in nearby communities.
They can spearhead and mobilise their company personnel and even the public to plant native and appropriate vegetation in their surrounding areas that will help absorb carbon, and reduce air-borne and respiratory problems in nearby communities.
Child-led investigations of air quality around schools produced ndings that were then passed to Mersey Forest, which was able to provide appropriate vegetation to plant at key points of concern around school perimeters.
Again, the African theme is in evidence, with appropriate vegetation and a great view out over the romantically lit pool.
Again, the Afican theme in evidence, with appropriate vegetation and a great view out over the romantically lit pool.
"At the end of the super bridge construction, the contractor will embark on an appropriate vegetation restoration and soil reinstatement for the affected areas," he said.
Providing appropriate vegetation is critical for the success of grassland bird conservation because vegetation characteristics affect predation, brood parasitism, and food availability mechanisms that have repercussions for habitat use, survival, and reproductive success (Rodewald & Yahner, 2001; Dunford & Freemark, 2005; Koper & Schmiegelow, 2006).
Work may include, but not be limited to, all stormwater piping, culverts, and appurtenances conveying stormwater into and out of the pond and shall be constructed with appropriate vegetation and erosion control practices.
Appropriate vegetation, low natural waterfalls and water abundance that flow from mountains to valleys has make wonderful beauty in this region.
Previous research in Arizona found that plant species composition was not as important for black rail habitat selection as appropriate vegetation structure (high stem densities and canopy coverage) and substrate characteristics (Flores and Eddleman 1995).
Professionals and landowners need to pay increasing attention on plant selection, date of planting, appropriate vegetation management and site preparation when embarked in plantation or restoration programs including Nothofagus trees at mid and high elevations in the south-central Andes of Chile.
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