Importance of Tree Plantation
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. 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 in 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 soil-conservation is very important for our corn-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 to us and to our life. So the number of trees should be multiplied by the tree-plantation by us.
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 on 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. National Importance of Tree Plantation. Humanity has always exploited the benevolence of nature. For self-gain, they have been milching natural resources be it minerals, be it oil, they have gone to the limit where the world is now apprehensive about the quality and quantity of resources to be inherited by future generations. The extremely negligent manner of using appliances and the energy used, have left our atmosphere totally polluted. Trees are a gift of nature which naturally recycles the air we exhale, absorbing Carbon Dioxide and releasing fresh Oxygen. The importance of forests cannot be belittled ever. They help in preserving our soil from erosion, attract water-laden clouds for rain, provide valuable timber and are responsible for retention of Subterranean water.