Selwyn River - flood damage and willow regeneration

Mid to late summer after severe winter storms provided a real surprise. About 4 years ago we ripped in a line of willow and poplar poles. Trichocarpa poplar and CM4 willow. simpiox gotas para que sirven Well severe floods ripped out half of the line and left us with shingle and a deep channel which dries out to dry river bed in early summer.
Imagine the surprise to find willows and poplars growing out of that deep, dry river bed. ivermectin lb kg table I guess depending on your perspective you will see that as good or bad. Given that the river has eaten a few acres of our land, we see the willingness of the willow to regenerate as being wonderful.

By the way, an earlier flood dumped a heap of shingle on the whole line of young willows and poplars. I dug trees out of the shingle and in just one season they grew about 1.5-2 m. Then the larger flood appeared to totally rip trees out and destroy them. ivermectine behandeling So imagine the pleasure to see them bouncing back again!

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