Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Pohjanpajukaan ei porolle kelvannut - Downy willow is not eaten either


Myöskään pohjanpaju (Salix lapponum) ei poroille kelvannut, ainakaan keskikesällä. Värriön luonnonpuiston kurut ja suonlaiteet kasvavat runsaasti pajuja ja muutakin poron vihreää kesäravintoa. Monista Värriön pajulajeista porolla on vara valita. Keskikesällä se näyttää valitsevan tavallisimman ojapajun - kiiltopajun.


Downy willow (Salix lapponum) was not eaten by reindeers either. Canyons, creeks and mires in Varrio nature reserve grow a good amount willows and other green vegetation for reindeers to graze. Out of several Varrio willow species the reindeers can select the one they prefer best. In the mid summer the prefereble willow species seems to to be the most common willow in Northern Finland - the tea-leaved willow.

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