This research involved the physical and biological characterization of the Laguiña wetlands, ensuring that experimental stage 1 has better alternative soil and water conditions, these field activities included the establishment of sites, topsoil deposits, plant management, maintenance and subsequent monitoring, to achieve the regeneration of wetlands in the sector selected for transfer, the methodology used by patches, where the vegetation was extracted in small patches (huts) of 50x50x30 cm, composed mainly of Distichia muscoides and Oxychloe Andino, with a total of six (06) extraction points; then five (05) parcels of receiving vegetation were installed, resembling the physical and chemical conditions of the original habitat, but adapting the receiving soil through earthworks and replacement of the upper soil layer with topsoil from the Laguiña sector; Likewise, a test was carried out with stimulating hormone, auxin as rooting; considerable growth observed at higher concentration. The regeneration and adaptability of the vegetation in an area of 2000 m2 was evidenced by verifying the environmental viability of the wetlands in a new physical space under similar conditions. The design for the relocation considered physical, biological and water availability parameters, defining drainage systems to guarantee water flow and achieve soil saturation. Likewise, I assure the alternative conditions of the soil and water through diverse activities, with the objective of the regeneration of the wetlands in the selected location.
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|International Journal of Environmental Science and Development
|Published - Mar 2021
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