Save Trees Save Planet

Trees are the most important part of our eco system. They not only provide Fruits, they also help us in balancing the pollution level by absorbing C02 from air and releasing Oxygen.













According to a study, young trees absorb CO2 at a rate of 13 pounds per tree each year. Trees reach their most productive stage of carbon storage at about 10 years at which point they are estimated to absorb 48 pounds of CO2 per year. At that rate, they release enough oxygen back into the atmosphere to support two human beings. 

















Trees offer a magnificent land cover and reduce the speed of storm water runoff. At the same time, it absorbs excess water and stores it for future use. Trees can thus help in preventing soil erosion because it lessens the speed of water flow from the hills and mountains into streams and rivers. 

The strategic planting of trees around the home is an in-expensive way of cutting back on your heating and cooling needs. It can aid you to save up to 50 percent on energy costs. Leafy, deciduous trees are particularly recommended and if they are planted around the house then it cushions the building from the blazing heat of solar in summer. Evergreen trees planted upwind can protect the house from extremely cold winter winds.

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