In Chernobyl, grew up forbidden mushrooms-giants: photo

To collect the crop in the Chernobyl reserve not

Vladimir Grisyuk

Today, 13:12

В Чернобыле выросли запрещенные грибы-великаны: фото

In Chernobyl the reserve boasted giant mushrooms

In the Facebook account of the Chernobyl radiation-ecological biosphere reserve showed the huge mushroom of the boletus.

“Its size is really a bit enhanced, but nothing familiar in this. The boletus, which in other places they are called berezovichi, attendants, kusarigama – have a diameter of 15-20 cm caps Grow mainly in the birch and mixed (with birch) forests”, – stated in the message.

The Ukrainians also said that collecting mushrooms on the reserve is not necessary.

Watch the video: the journalists of “Today” bought on the market radiation blueberries

“Caution: the area affected by the consequences of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, it is forbidden to collect, use and export of vegetable products (fruits, vegetables, berries, mushrooms) and animal husbandry in accordance with the orders and regulations of the current legislation of Ukraine”, the authors summarize the post.

We will remind, earlier news “Today” wrote that police detained people gathering berries in the closed zone of the Chernobyl NPP. The police confiscated citizens ‘ capacity and blueberries with a total weight of 21 kg.

Similar cases have been recorded in 2017 and 2018. Last year in the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl NPP, the police detained the collector of radioactive blueberries: a resident of Polessky district of Kiev region gathered more than 12 kg of wild berries for export outside contaminated areas. And in the middle of blueberry season in 2017 in the Chernobyl zone detained women with 25 kilograms of radioactive blueberries.

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В Чернобыле выросли запрещенные грибы-великаны: фото

В Чернобыле выросли запрещенные грибы-великаны: фото

В Чернобыле выросли запрещенные грибы-великаны: фото


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