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During the winter, the overground part of the plants is going to dry out, but this doesn't stop the root system and its associated bacteria from functioning properly. For aesthetic purposes and to encourage vegetative recovery, it is necessary to cut  these dry parts at the start of springtime. These materials are ideal for compost or making mulch. In the past, reeds were used to cover thatched cottage roofs.
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During the winter, the overground part of the plants is going to dry out, but this doesn't stop the root system and its associated bacteria from functioning properly. For aesthetic purposes and to encourage vegetative recovery, it is necessary to cut  these dry parts at the start of springtime. These materials are ideal for compost or making mulch. In the past, reeds were also used to cover thatched cottage roofs.

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Pendant l’hiver la partie aérienne des plantes va se dessécher, ce qui n’empêche pas le bon fonctionnement du système racinaire et des bactéries associées. Pour l’esthétique et favoriser la reprise végétative il faut couper ces parties sèches au début du printemps : le faucardage. Ces matières sont idéales pour le compostage ou faire du mulch, autrefois le roseau servait également à couvrir le toit des chaumières.
TranslationDuring the winter, the overground part of the plants is going to dry out, but this doesn't stop the root system and its associated bacteria from functioning properly. For aesthetic purposes and to encourage vegetative recovery, it is necessary to cut  these dry parts at the start of springtime. These materials are ideal for compost or making mulch. In the past, reeds were also used to cover thatched cottage roofs.

During the winter, the overground part of the plants is going to dry out, but this doesn't stop the root system and its associated bacteria from functioning properly. For aesthetic purposes and to encourage vegetative recovery, it is necessary to cut these dry parts at the start of springtime. These materials are ideal for compost or making mulch. In the past, reeds were also used to cover thatched cottage roofs.