Invasive plants make place for indigenous

by | Feb 5, 2016 | Featured Slider, Latest, News

RESTORATION work at the Warner Beach subway site continued last week with the removal of invasive pine trees with the permission of eThekwini Parks department, and preparing to bring in indigenous saplings.

“Being an invasive species with massive roots, one of the trees was planted very close to the Subway wall and has caused structural damage. The trees have also grown so high that it has become a lightning hazard so close to the railway,” said Barrett Neilson.

The trunks of the pine trees were recycled and used to protect the dunes at subway beach in conjunction with the dune rehabilitation project.
The area will be replanted with indigenous tree saplings.


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