20 oaks find a new location on the Isar near Plattling. 20 oaks were moved to a new location using our Optimal planters for the Deggendorf water management authority during a renaturation project on the Lower Isar near Plattling
The 20 oaks on the left bank of the Isar were planted as seedlings 15 years ago by the Plattling river management centre. The trees have now developed into stately oaks of up to 15 metres tall and and a girth of approx. 100 cm.
As the banks had to be largely levelled during the redesign of the section of the Isar that passed through the town of Plattling, the oak trees stood in the way of the necessary construction work. The team from Opitz international was commissioned by the Deggendorf water management authority to professionally transplant the 20 oaks to avoid felling these beautiful trees.
The trees have settled in perfectly at the new location at Färbergies, where extensive renaturation measures have already been carried out.