This post is about the importance of trees and benefits of planting trees.
I would like to share my ideas on the topic Importance of trees. Since the beginning trees have furnished us with two of life’s essentials, food and oxygen Without oxygen we cannot live for a moment even.
Without oxygen, the animal world will die away. Trees make the oxygen and spreads it in the air. While inhaling air we take the oxygen with it into our bodies and live in life Carbon dioxide makes our atmosphere or rather our environment poisonous for us.
Trees consume this carbon dioxide and thereby makes our environment safe for us. As we evolved, they provided additional necessities such as shelter, medicine, and tools Today, their value continues to increase and more benefits of trees are being discovered as their role expands to satisfy the needs created by our modem lifestyles Trees also give us many other benefits We get fruit and flowers from the trees.
Trees provide us with fuel. and timbers. In summer, they bear the scorching rays of the sun and give us cool shade under them. Trees in our forests draw the rain from the clouds floating n the sky Trees in our forests check the quick flow of rain-water and thereby check the occurrence of high flood in our rivers.
On the other hand, this slow process of water-flow gives us good water all throughout the year through streams and streamlets with their sweet melodious music Trees conserve our soil. This sol-conservation is very important for our com-fields Trees make own land fertile by their fallen leaves. By their fallen leaves they make new soil for us.
Most of the forest-products are the products from the trees in the forests, absentee of trees will cause a lot of harm tous and to our life. So the number of trees should be multiplied by the tree-plantation The main reason we like trees is because they are both beautiful and majestic. No two are alike.
Different species display a seemingly endless variety of shapes, forms, textures and vibrant colors. Even individual trees vary their appearance throughout the course of the year as the seasons change The strength. long lifespan and regal stature of trees give them a monument-like quality.
Most of us react to the presence of trees with a pleasant, relaxed, comfortable feeling In fact, many people plant trees as living memorials of life-changing events We should plant trees near our houses and near our villages for a forestation with a view to raising new forests. We should plant trees oa the two sides of the roads and paths and on the four sides of our corn-fields.
We should plant trees on all the vacant places in our village on towns where we live, and we should advise all to do so.
Selection of trees for plantation:
We should make good selection of trees to be planted, in consideration of the nature of land and the kind of climate.
Coconut trees grow well in the sea-coasts. Plantain trees grow well near the ponds. We should know which place is fit for which tree. To know this we should get our soil tested by the experts and plant the kinds of trees accordingly. Collection of plants to be planted should be made from the Government nurseries in consultation with the experts here.
Time for tree-plantation:
Generally, rainy season is the best time for tree-plantation. Most of the tree-plants thrive well in rainy season. Still then, we should seek advice from the Government agricultural experts about the appropriate time for the plantation of a particular kind of tree. After-care: Only planting the trees is not enough.
Because, planted trees may be destroyed by animals or otherwisE, or may die for regular service of water. So we should be particular about the after-care of the planted trees. We should be very careful about the newly-planted trees. Trees should be regularly planted to save the mankind and the animal world.
Tree plantation and its after-care is a pleasing work too. We can get much pleasure in planting trees and in taking care of them Students should plant trees in their school-compounds and in the front-yards, backyards and side-yards of their schools and near their own houses and in other places wherever possible, They should explan to their neighbours the goodness of tree-plantation and encourage them to plant and care new trees.
We often make an emotional connection with trees we plant or become personally attached to the ones that we see every day. These strong bonds are evidenced by the hundreds of groups and organisations across the country that go to great lengths to protect and save particularly large or historic trees from the dangers of modern development. How many of your childhood memories include the trees in your backyard or old neighborhood?
I would like to conclude my speech by saying that the sentimental value of a special tree is simply immeasurable. So Save trees. Plant trees..