About the Tisza-LIFE programme
Relation with partners
Forests on the floodplain
Headed willows
Grasslands and pastures
Outreach Activities
Viktória Siposs,
Tisza Programme Officer



Headed willows

Photo: Viktória Siposs
The establishment and management of headed willow stands is dependent on a method known as coppicing. This is a traditional method and involves regularly cutting back the trees twigs and branches. Even in the instances where the stands are not natural and plantations are used then we should still support them but only when are locally grown materials of autochtonous species are used. The use of clones, selected sorts and grow material from other regions, have a great risk, since the frequent cutting which comes from the handling method, can be beared only by these ecotypes which are the most appropriate for the growing habitat and are the most resistant
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