medians of Djalma Batista Avenue receives replacement seedlings

Total, They have been reset 16 tree seedlings to replace those who suffered depredation.
04/02/2016 09h18 - Updated 4/02/2016 09h34
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The Manaus Prefecture held the replacement seedlings in the median of Djalma Batista Avenue, where they are planted 315 trees white ipe species. Total, They have been reset 16 tree seedlings to replace those who have suffered depredation in several track sections.

According to the Department of Afforestation of the Municipal Environment and Sustainability (Semmas), besides having broken branches, many of the trees planted in the area suffer from the collision of vehicles due to the recklessness of drivers on the road. The replacement trees, in case of death or withdrawal, It is one of the activities planned by the Master Plan for Urban Forestation City Manaus.

For Afforestation director of Semmas, Rosemary White, the losses end up generating the desunificação the arboreal set track, hence the importance of replacement.

"Today we have a consolidated afforestation that road corridor, but we need to replace losses to avoid one desuniformity, taking into account that are seedlings that still have to adapt to survive the urban environment ", he explained Bianco, adding that the agency remains attentive to break occurrences trees collision in parkways.

This is the first action of this year seedlings replacement in Avenue site Djalma Batista. Last year, ten stocks were held on site.

full afforestation The track will be with the completion of planting seedlings in the promenades on both sides of the road corridor. Planting is expected within the forested Manaus Plan, which should lead to afforestation actions 56 public places of 35 neighborhoods of Manaus. The goal of forested Manaus is to promote the planting of at least 10 thousand new seedlings in the city, in the first half of this year, taking advantage of the rainy season.

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