A meeting was held with representatives of the Sumy Regional Military Administration and the Trostyanets City Council regarding the preservation and restoration of the building of the Krasnotrostyanets subbranch.
Hardy pecan conditions characterized by high drought resistance, growth and quality of the trunks, but the nuts do not always ripen. The species may be promising for greening and agroforestry in the conditions of the Steppe.
Scots pine seedlings, grown from the seeds of Finnish clones, are characterized by a high degree of frost resistance and can be used to create forests in the southern part of Northern Europe.
Pure mycelial cultures of mycorrhizal fungi are used to select the most productive strains, create collections and grow planting material for afforestation of degraded and polluted lands.
URIFFM announces a competition to fill the vacant position of a leading researcher in the department of forest inventory, monitoring, certification and forest management.
The study of tax indicators of stands of mixed young oak makes it possible to establish criteria for maintenance felling in mixed oak stands of Eastern Polissia.
The selection and preservation of the genetic fund of forest species contribute to the creation of sustainable and highly productive forest areas.
Scientists of the Polissky branch of URIFFM analyzed the level of radioactive contamination of the territories of "Ovruch Specialized Forestry" of the SE "Forests of Ukraine".
Employees of the research network of URIFFM carried out work within the framework of the program for the restoration of the forest fund.
Scientists of the URIFFM conducted a study on the effect of growth stimulants and fertilizers on one-year oak seedlings with a closed root system in open soil conditions.
Viktor Tkach, director of URIFFM named after of Vysotsky, congratulated the employees of the Institute and the employees of the UNDIFM scientific network on the holidays.
Scientists of URIFFM have developed a program complex for solving issues of rapid response during forest fires.