Having regard to Resolution MAH/ 3630/ 2008 , of December 2 , amending Resolution MAH/ 779/ 2008 , of March 14 , which establishes new deadlines for the completion and justification of the work corresponding to the concepts 2.4.1 Planting of conifers and planifolia and 2.4.2 Replanting of marras , due to the possibility of being affected by the fungus Fusarium circinatum Niremberg et O ‘ Donnell ;
As for Vanilla tahitensis, Tahitian vanilla, because of the particular agronomic and aromatic qualities of this cultivar of Vanilla planifolia, it was considered, for a long time, as a distinct species.
The plants that are denominated by this group are called broadleaf forests, broadleaf forests and broadleaf forests. Some of these species are used in native Mediterranean gardening, xeriscaping, in landscape restoration or in the establishment of hedgerows in cultivated fields; all this is done against biological control in ecological or integrated agriculture for the recovery of integrated riverbanks and gallery forests as well as in critical areas with high erosion.
Birches have peculiar characteristics, such as being huge and very robust trees. They usually grow in the temperate zones of the northern hemisphere and can reach a height of 10 to 30 meters.
Apparently the name of this tree has its origin in Latin, coming from the word «betulla», which in turn would come from the word betu, which was the term designated by the Celts to the birch.
This type of tree is used in certain areas of our planet. Thanks to the oils that the birch tree possesses, its material is used as an insulating material, because it is imperishable. For this reason, many people in Scandinavia make use of its bark to avoid water filtrations in their roofs, since it perfectly resists humidity.
Acer campestre Axial Pyrenees (R.I. 08) 2010 23,19 Acer campestre Southern Iberian System (R.I. 25) 2008 25,47 Acer campestre Southern Iberian System (R.I. 25) 2009 22,96 Acer campestre Iberian System (R.I. 25) 2009 22,96 Acer campestre Sistema Ibérico
BARE-ROOT FRONDOSAS 43 Acer campestre S 100 / / / / 1 42, 82, 97, 132, 172, 232, 282, Acer monspessulanum 10 / 15 190 187, 2 Acer negundo Acer opalus 60 /90 140 1 232, Acer platanoides S 100 / 140 140
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Description: Annual carpophore (basidiocarpus), lignicolous, sessile or attenuate at the base. Upper surface pubescent to almost glabrous, variable in color: salmon, yellowish, bright orange-yellow, almost white when dry. Pore surface bright yellow. Basidia aclavate, 15-18 x 5-7 μm, with four sterigmata. Basidiospores ellipsoidal to ovoid, hyaline, smooth, thin-walled 5-7 x 3.5-4.5 μm.
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