Experimental biozone at Amálie

During the summer months of this year, we identified a site ideal for the establishment of an experimental nectar biozone for pollinating insects. The experimental biozone should answer – what the optimal species composition is and what is the appropriate ratio of flowering dicotyledonous plants and non-competitive grass species so that the biozone is stable in the long term and at the same time attractive and beneficial for insect pollinators.

The first preparatory work took place in September 2021 and now the biozone, 370 metres long and 24 metres wide, has been established and sown.

The experimental biozone was created with the support of the TAČR within the TAČR BETA project - TITSMZP717, Landscaping system for adaptation of agricultural (forestry) landscapes to climate change in the 2030+ period.

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