Tell me if my translation makes sense from a technical point of view:
-The black locust shoots stolons (runners) that allows the plant to spread. That's why it's often used to prevent risks of landsliding (dikes, open areas) and to reforest barren lands.
It colonises naturally embankments and vacants lots. Its robust and sustainable timber makes good vine stakes. Crushed, it produces yellow dye.
Its white flowers' clusters are melliferous thus acacia honey. Rich in nectar, Locust flowers can be eaten in cakes or syrup.