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Fir tree fields, Murga and Dzenda villages
Fir tree fields, Murga and Dzenda villages The fir tree (Abies Alba) from the Pinacea family is a Tertiary relict that is a rare and un-usual plant for the region. On the territory of Kardzhali district are registered three fir tree fields, two of which are in Chernoochene municipality. The field near Murga village is the biggest and was registered in 1980. It is almost pure and single fir trees could be seen in the surrounding territory of 13.1ha through the oak vegetation. The average altitude is between 850m and 900m. In both fields the age of the fir trees is over 150 years. The average height of the trees is 12m with trunk diameter of 35sm. There are single trees with height of 22m. The field near Dzenda village in the “Keliyavia drenak” location is with area of 0.5ha. It is mixed half is with fir and half with winter oak with some hornbeam and aspen trees. The average age is as in Murga village field, the height is 17m and the trunk diamater 25sm. The average altitude of the field is 1050m. Note: The Murga village field is easily accessible with a nice forest path passing through it.
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