This is the operational phase. 

It starts with the preparation of the compounds: a sort of plant "jam", composed of autochthonous seeds, pioneer specimens, water and natural additives, which provide the richness which ensures that the plants composing it can flourish and prosper.

Depending on the morphological characteristics of the area and on the weather conditions, we determine the means necessary to distribute the mix. 

Usually we prefer helicopters equipped with sprinklers but, when distributing on soil, we use tankers equipped with specific pumps. 

The germination of the "pioneer" specimens, which are fundamental for enriching the soil with nitrogen and other nutrients, starts within 30-60 days. 

Within the course of two years, by a process of natural selection, these specimens will disappear, leaving just the autochthonous species and giving new life to the forest.

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