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Ordinance 84/SVMA - G/2010

 

CONSIDERING the need to establish technical procedures for receiving seedlings from the Environmental Commitment Terms (TCA) and other obligations contracted with the Municipal Green and Environment (SVMA);

WHEREAS it is the Department of Parks and Green Areas (Depave) specify the patterns and tree species to be delivered to Technical Division Production and Tree Planting (Depave 2);

WHEREAS the different plant species differ in their mode of growth and development;

WHEREAS, the choice of species and their size can vary depending on the location of planting and landscape design;

WHEREAS it is the Municipal Green and Environment set the tree species originated from TCA, or other obligations contracted with the Department, which will be planted on public roads and green areas of the city;

WHEREAS be racing SVMA the promotion of urban forestry policy;

BELIEVING that the work of DEPAVE 2 (Production and afforestation) DEPAVE 4 (Protection and Environmental Assessment) and CCA (Environmental Compensation from vegetation management) closely related;

WHEREAS, after all, the need to define criteria and requirements for receiving seedlings from TCA as item 15.1 of Ordinance 44/SVMA-G/2010, as well as other obligations contracted with SVMA;



RESOLVE:



One. Adopt standards and specifications for receiving tree seedlings from TCA, as well as other obligations contracted with SVMA as Attachments 01 and 02, members of this ordinance.



2nd. Establish tree species and their classes that will be required by Depave-2, Depave-4, according to Annex 02.





3rd. This Ordinance shall come into force on its publication date, otherwise repealed, and in particular, Ordinance No. 02/DEPAVE/90.





Eduardo Jorge Martins Alves Sobrinho

Attachment 01 - Member of the Order __ / SVMA-G/2010

1. Requirement Specifications and seedlings



1.1. In cases arising from TCA, conditioned to the demands of a technical nature and scenic places of planting their seedlings shall belong exclusively to Brazilian native flora.



1.2. The definition of species to be delivered will be updated as needed to SVMA.



1.2.1. The equivalence tables can be updated as market variations.



1.3. For purposes of these rules, we define change as the plant grown in suitable container, with proper technique, to ensure the best plant health, transport and "catch".





1.4. The seedlings will be grouped by classes, according to the planting site, as follows:

 

 

CLASSE

ALTURA (m)*

DIÂMETRO A ALTURA

DO PEITO (cm)

VOLUME DA EMBALAGEM (L)

A

0,20 a0,70

Não se aplica

1

B

0,70 a1,50

maior ou igual a 1

2 a5

C

1,50 a2,00

maior ou igual a 2

5 a12

D

2,00 a3,00

maior ou igual a 3

18 a25

E

acima de 3,00

maior ou igual a 5

a partir de 30

F

acima de 3,00

maior ou igual a 7

a partir de 100

 

* Measure the neck to the apex of the seedling.



1.5. Tree species will be divided into groups according to their shape growth and development (Annex 02).



1.5.1. Given the difference in the production costs of the various groups of species, it becomes necessary to perform an equivalence to request delivery of seedlings, according to Table I which follows:



Table I. Equivalence between species groups

 

Grupo 01

Grupo 02

Grupo 03

Grupo 04

1

2

0,5

0,7

 

* Group 01 (Species of Moderate Growth) is considered based group, it covers most species.



1.5.2. Considering that the cost of production of seedlings also differs in relation to their age (class), with the following Table II equivalence classes:



Table II. Equivalence between classes seedlings

 

Classe D*

Classe A

Classe B

Classe C

Classe E

Classe F

1

10

3

2

0,35

0,2

* Class D is regarded base.



1.5.3. For species belonging to Group 04 - Species Growth Slow and Low Branch - will be considered a single class, equivalent to Class D, with a height greater than or equal to 1.20 m, taken from the cervix to the apex of the seedling, and diameter greater or equal to 5.0 cm (sum of stems).





1.6. The seedlings provided shall meet the following requirements:



a. Trunk - well formed, free from injury caused by mechanical shock or failures by management, as drastic pruning. Will not be accepted seedlings which stem from regrowth is stimulated by senescence of stem / branch original;

b. Cup - will be prohibited from receiving seedlings devoid of leaves, except deciduous species;

c. Root system - consolidated on the package delivery;

d. Soil type - will be taken into consideration, as required for each species.

and. Will be eligible for reenvasamento, since the root system is consolidated;

f. The pot should be flexible packaging commonly used in the production market, made of high density polyethylene, charged against ultraviolet rays to give more life to be in perfect weather and handling conditions and must provide mechanical strength to carry the load and discharge besides allowing good drainage.

g. For seedlings classes E and F may be accepted other types of packaging since pre agreed with DEPAVE-2;

h. Will be prohibited from receiving seedlings potted in cans.



2. Receiving Seedlings



2.1.
The acceptance of the seedlings should be done by technicians Depave-2.



2.2. In the act of acceptance for the seedlings that are in accordance with this standard will be issued Technical Term Acceptance.



2.3. For purposes of sampling substrate conditions, root and plant health, must deliver additional seedlings, so that, by chance, is made and unpacking and destorroamento, as follows:

 

Mudas entregues

Mudas adicionais (Amostra)

até 100

01

de 100 a 500

02

de 500 a 1000

04

a cada 1000

05

 

 

3. Defining classes and groups of seedlings



3.1. Depave-2 regularly informed, through the memorandum, the Depave-4 species and their classes that must be requested in "communicate" to be issued.



3.2. The drafting of the new TCA should include a clause establishing competency Depave-2 in describing species and their classes to be delivered.



3.3. Depave-2 issue Term Technical Acceptance and deliver a way that the person concerned shall docket the Depave-4 or the Environmental Clearinghouse (SVMA-G/CCA) as appropriate, to certify receipt of the seedlings, according to item 2.2.







Attachment 02 - Member of the Order XX/DEPAVE-G/2010 - Groups of Species

 

 

Grupo 01 - Espécies de Crescimento Moderado

 

Nome Vulgar

Nome Científico

Caducifólia

Açaí

Euterpe oleracea

X

Aldrago

Pterocarpus violaceus

 

Amarelinho

Terminalia brasiliensis

 

Araticum

Rollinia mucosa

 

Araucaria

Araucaria angustifolia

 

Aroeira-vermelha

Astronium fraxinifolium

 

Babosa Branca

Cordia superba

 

Camboatã

Cupania vernalis

 

Camboatã-da-serra

Connarus regnelii

 

Canela-nhoçara

Nectandra lanceolata

 

Canjarana

Cabralea canjerana

 

Caroba

Jacaranda cuspidifolia

 

Cassia grande

Cassia grandis

 

Cedro

Cedrela fissilis

X

Cedro-cheiroso

Cedrela odorata

 

Chal-chal

Allophilus edulis

 

Cocão

Erythroxylum deciduum

 

Coração de negro

Poecilanthe parviflora

 

Correieira

Diatenopteryx sorbifolia

 

Cuvatã

Matayba elaeagnoides

 

Dedaleiro

Lafoensia pacari

 

Embira-de-sapo

Lonchocarpus muehlbergianus

 

Eritrina-crista-galli

Erythrina crista-galli

X

Eritrina-verna

Erythrina verna

X

Falso barbatimão

Cassia leptophylla

 

Guaçatonga

Casearia sylvestirs

 

Guajuvira

Patagonula americana

 

Guamirim

Myrcia rostrata

 

Guanandi

Calophyllum brasiliensis

 

Guarantã

Esenbeckia leiocarpa

 

Guaritá

Astronium graveolens

 

Guaxupita

Esenbeckia grandiflora

 

Ingá-bravo

Lonchocarpus guillemineanus

 

Ipê-amarelo

Handroanthus chrysotrichus

X

Ipê-amarelo-do-brejo

Handroanthus umbellatus

X

Ipê-cascudo

Tabebuia vellosoi

X

Ipê-branco

Tabebuia roseo-alba

X

Ipê-roxo-de-bola

Handroanthus impetiginosus

X

Ipê-roxo-7-folhas

Handroanthus heptaphyllus

X

Ipê-rosa-anão

Handroanthus heptaphyllus var.paulensis

X

Jacaranda-branco

Machaerium paraguariense

 

Jacarandá-do-campo

Machaerium acutifolium

 

Jacarandá-de-espinho

Machaerium nyctitans

 

Jacaranda-ferro

Machaerium scleroxylon

 

Jacarandá-paulista

Machaerium villosum

 

Jacatirão

Miconia cinnamomifolia

 

Jenipapo

Genipa americana

 

Jequitibá-branco

Cariniana estrelensis

 

Jequitibá-rosa

Cariniana legalis

 

Jequitibá-vermelho

Cariniana rubra

 

Leiteiro

Sapium glandulatum

 

Licurana

Hyeronima alchorneoides

 

Mamica de Porca

Zanthoxylum rhoifolium

 

Manduirana

Senna macranthera

 

Manacá-da-serra

Tibouchina mutabilis

 

Marinheiro

Guarea guidonia

 

Mirindiba

Lafoensia glyptocarpa

 

Mulungu

Erythrina mulungu

 

Oiti

Licania tomentosa

 

Palmito-jussara

Euterpe edulis

 

Pata-de-vaca

Bauhinia forficata

 

Pau-marfim

Balfourodendron riedelianum

 

Pau-mulato

Calycophyllum spruceanum

 

Pau-rei

Pterigota brasiliensis

 

Pinha-do-brejo

Talauma ovata

 

Pitanga

Eugenia uniflora

 

Pixirica

Miconia sp.

 

Pupunha

Bactris gasipaes

 

Quaresmeira

Tibouchina granulosa

 

Sabão-de-soldado

Sapindus saponaria

 

Sapuva

Machaerium stipitatum

 

Sete-casca

Samanea tubulosa

 

Sibipiruna

Caesalpinia peltophoroiddes

 

Sucupira

Pteroden emarginatus

 

Taiúva

Maclura tinctoria

X

Tarumã

Vitex polygama

 

Tataré

Chloroleucon tortum

 

Tingui-preto

Dictyoloma vandellianum

 

Tobocuva

Pera glabrata

 

Unha-de-vaca

Bauhinia longifolia

 

Urundeúva

Myracrodruon urundeuva

 

Vinhático

Plathymenia foliolosa

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grupo 02 - Espécies de Crescimento Rápido

 

Nome Vulgar

Nome Científico

Caducifólia

Açoita-cavalo

Luehea sp.

 

Algodão da praia

Hibiscus pernambucensis

 

Algodoeiro

Heliocarpus americanus

 

Anda-assú

Joannesia princeps

 

Angico

Anadenanthera sp.

X

Araribá

Centrolobium tomentosum

X

Aroeira Branca

Lithraea molleoides

 

Aroeira-pimenteira

 

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