Public discussion:
Goranski Park
- yesterday, today and tomorrow - 

11.12.2014.

We must admit that most of us who participated in the organisation of this forum were completely surprised by the response, i.e. the number of people who responded to the call and came to the National Library last Thursday to hear an unusual story of Goranski Park.

Organiser Tribune (Environmental Protection and Enhancement Team LAM Bečej) organised a panel discussion aimed at familiarising fellow citizens with the results of a five-month research that was realised in the Goranski Park.

 

The research involved the recording of the number and condition of trees, shrubs and living fences in order to establish the real state of the green fund, ie, greenery in the Park. To our great surprise, we found that there are many trees in the park than at first glance.

 

    What do you think?

The exact number is 2,367 trees!

 

We also thought that there were 15 to 20 different species of trees, and it was found that there are 56 different species and 32 other species of shrubs. So, there are almost 90 different species in total There are parts in the park that are preserved in spite of difficult times, and there are also parts that require serious intervention. There are beautiful trees of black pine, white willow, hornbeam, plateaus, white poplar, and there are species that are completely unknown in our region: marshy cypresses, gingko and others.

The highest tree in the park is black poplar with a height of 28 m, the thickest tree is the same tree with a diameter of 112 cm. The oldest trees are not so old, because the park was built only fifty years ago, but many of them are in beautiful condition and prey with their beautiful and rich canopy However, there are 160 dry trees that should be removed from the park.

During the field work on the construction the biological base of the park will be determined by the state of each tree - its height, crown width, height to the first branches, vitality, decorativity, and GPS location. All data are then stored on the website of the Goran Park (on this occasion), which can be found at www.goranskipark.co.nf. On the site you will find information about each tree in Goranski Park: its Latin, Serbian and Hungarian names and the characteristics of the species it belongs to. You will also find the location of each tree on the E-map, gallery of images, the history of the nursery-park and more ...

We must admit that most of us who participated in the organisation of this forum were completely surprised by the response, i.e. the number of people who responded to the call and came to the National Library last Thursday to hear an unusual story of Goranski Park.

Organiser Tribune (Environmental Protection and Enhancement Team LAM Bečej) organised a panel discussion aimed at familiarising fellow citizens with the results of a five-month research that was realised in the Goranski Park.

 

The research involved the recording of the number and condition of trees, shrubs and living fences in order to establish the real state of the green fund, ie, greenery in the Park. To our great surprise, we found that there are many trees in the park than at first glance.

 

    What do you think?

The exact number is 2,367 trees!

 

We also thought that there were 15 to 20 different species of trees, and it was found that there are 56 different species and 32 other species of shrubs. So, there are almost 90 different species in total There are parts in the park that are preserved in spite of difficult times, and there are also parts that require serious intervention. There are beautiful trees of black pine, white willow, hornbeam, plateaus, white poplar, and there are species that are completely unknown in our region: marshy cypresses, gingko and others.

The highest tree in the park is black poplar with a height of 28 m, the thickest tree is the same tree with a diameter of 112 cm. The oldest trees are not so old, because the park was built only fifty years ago, but many of them are in beautiful condition and prey with their beautiful and rich canopy However, there are 160 dry trees that should be removed from the park.

During the field work on the construction the biological base of the park will be determined by the state of each tree - its height, crown width, height to the first branches, vitality, decorativity, and GPS location. All data are then stored on the website of the Goran Park (on this occasion), which can be found at www.goranskipark.co.nf. On the site you will find information about each tree in Goranski Park: its Latin, Serbian and Hungarian names and the characteristics of the species it belongs to. You will also find the location of each tree on the E-map, gallery of images, the history of the nursery-park and more ...

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