In order to restore the water regime, it is necessary to raise the water level in the local melioration canals as much as possible, which the participants of the eco-group tried to achieve by the method of creating the so-called “beaver dams”, which consists in lining the bottoms of the canals with mats made of clay and willow branches. Weeding will entail an increase in the level of groundwater, which is critically important for daffodils, especially during the flowering period.
In total, more than 100 people took part in the eco-action, and with their joint efforts, it was possible to dam tens of linear meters of local watercourses. This will have a significant conservation effect, which will certainly have a positive effect not only on the populations of narrow-leaved narcissus, but also on other water-loving species of flora and fauna.
By the way, during the eco-walk, its participants had the opportunity to observe the first blooming daffodils, so the period of mass flowering is not far off!
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