Man-Made Landscape: Prepared in Cooperation With the by International Federation of Landscape Architects

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In other cities, where local circumstances are totally different,maintenance costs resulting from the quantity of labour required would be different even though the general trends would be similar to those shown in Figure I. H o w much a city pays for maintenance of its public green areas, compared with the total amount of expenditure for the maintenance of all public works,is difficult to assess. 25 per cent of the total amount of municipal expenditure is used for the maintenance of green areas.

The results are quite rewarding. Standards should be set at the highest level, but once these have been accepted the works should run smoothly. U s e of chemicals. Technical knowledge has developed tremendously in this field, but it is essential that the use of chemicals be permanently and severely controlled. New processes,involving the application of plant hormones, weed killers and pesticides, are sold through intensive advertising and their use has spread rapidly because,from a financial standpoint,they achieve excellent results for the growers.

Far from river navigations and at great altitudes above the natural watersheds). But if you ask our long-sufferingfriend to haul the load in a boat, then he could manage, say, 27 tons! This was the motivation,the incentive,that led man to conceive the incredible. By using the lock,cuttings,embankments,tunnels and aqueducts, great spectacular engineering devices allowed navigable waterways to serve growing manufacturing settlements,connecting with mineral resources and trade and coastal outlets.

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