Frequently asked questions


Frequently asked questions

Kiri trees belong to the most resistant plant species in nature. Among other things, they are resistant to frost and storm damage as well as vermin infestation. In addition, the wood of the Kiri trees has an extremely high flash point of approx. 420 °C. Nevertheless, we play it safe and extend the protection by fencing plantations and installing surveillance cameras. The safety of the plantations is as important to us as it is to our customers and is additionally guaranteed by our team on site.

The Kiri tree knows how to defend itself. It carries natural defence substances in itself - so-called "tannins". In the event of a pest infestation, the tannin content in the leaves of the plant increases, which leads to digestive problems for these natural enemies and they quickly abandon their intention to feed on the plant. The use of pesticides or herbicides is not intended by us and is also not necessary.

Forest fires often occur only in extremely dry or warm regions and predominantly in needle forests. From the simple reason that the old and floor fallen needles be very easily ignited. The Kiri Tree, on the other hand, is one of the deciduous woods, with relatively rarely to fire in deciduous forests. In addition, there is a property that is in the case of an actually occurring fire near our plantations, a lifesaver for the trees. Because Kiri Wood is, even in the dried state, only flammable from a temperature of about 420 ° C. So it is almost impossible to ignite an even damp or growing tree.

In purely factual terms, one speaks of a monoculture only from a cultivation area of 1,000 hectares. Our plantations are exclusively established on fallow land. Our top priority is the preservation of the plant kingdom in the vicinity of our plantations. We also leave any neighbouring areas or forests untouched.

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