Oak disease prevention and regeneration of pastures | IDEAA EN


Oak disease prevention and regeneration of pastures

Soil Regeneration

  • Improvement in soil structure
  • Increase of microbial life
  • Increase of worms and other subterranean fauna
  • Increase of humus formation
  • Exponential increase in productivity
  • Increased depth of fertile soils
  • De-compactation and increase in water permeability
  • Improved resistance to drought
  • Reduction of fire risk


Improvement of oaks health and disease prevention

  • Forecast of areas mostly affected by disease:
    • Risk maps
    • Investment and action priorities
  • Identification and analysis of driving factors
  • Reduction of disease causing factors in the medium and long term
  • Reduction in ecological tension of trees
  • Maximization of acorn germination and tree rejuvenation
  • Pruning management
  • Maximization of mycorrhizal relationships and beneficial symbiosis
  • Increase in subterranean and horizontal available moisture levels
  • Plantation designed for improved and faster growth


Oakwoods in good shape mean

  • Shade during summer months (delayed withering)
  • Better protection against winter freeze (improved grass growth)
  • Minimization of rain erosion
  • Minimization of wind effect
  • Production of horizontal precipitation
  • Chemical control of undergrowth
  • Improvement of soil characteristics (PH balance)
  • Reduction of it´s erosion
  • Structure improvement
  • Improvement of the soil’s nutrient content (pumping of minerals form the subsoil)
  • Improvement of biological activity
  • Livestock protection
  • Preservation of fauna
  • Acorn, foliage and firewood
  • Beauty


Improvement of pasture with intensive use of cattle

Long-term improvement of the soil and the increase of cattle productivity


Increase In Biodiversity

  • Improvement of the ecosystem’s general health
  • Improvement of symbiotic exchange
  • Increase in resilience in stressful situations (plague, drought, fire)


Special pond design aimed at a healthy ecosystem

  • Gravity fed irrigation
  • Increase in subterranean moisture
  • Increase in horizontal moisture
  • Improvement in vegetal and animal diversity, preventing potential plagues by promoting beneficial fauna



  • Integral rearrangement of environmental resources
  • Technical hunting plans
  • Integration of property in protected spaces
  • Prospecting potential marketers and clients of products
  • Registration process as an organic farm, if necessary
  • Notification of grants in force