Why trees are planted in a line!
We are expanding our forest by planting thousands of trees. To realize this we use a method of planting trees in a line. There are many benefits that promote the use of this method. So, what are these benefits?
It is a structured, efficient and functional method. We use a planting machine in order to plant thousands of saplings to speed up the progress. Planting in a line allows the machine to drive over the soil without damaging other saplings.
In the first couple of years, the saplings need a lot of care to grow into healthy and strong trees. The weeds surrounding the area need to be cleared. By planting the trees in a line it is easier for the weed mower to move around the saplings. And to stimulate the saplings to grow strong.
Also, planting saplings in a line promotes biodiversity. As the saplings mature and flourish, they create an inviting environment that attracts a diverse range of animals, enabling them to explore and interact with the surrounding soil.
In the beginning, it's visually clear that the trees are planted in a row. However, as the saplings start to grow and become trees, they start growing in different directions and eventually form a forest. So, the initial row-like arrangement becomes less noticeable as they transform into one forest.
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