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Tree planting

Introduction to the Ecosystem of Natural Plants and Animals From time immemorial, the various plants of the forest have formed an inseparable link between human life and livelihood.
Tree Needs: Trees are the only source of food for humans and animals. Trees maintain a natural balance. Trees prevent environmental pollution and protect the ecosystem from its harmful effects. The evolution or passage of human civilization cannot be imagined without the various contributions of the tree. Trees are a source of food, a source of energy. Trees are one of the main sources of livelihood for the people by providing them with essential food items. The main ingredient that prevents anger and builds and protects health comes from trees.. So the need for trees in human life is immense. Tree planting campaign: Tree planting campaign is being carried out every year to get rid of the inevitable consequences of deforestation. Seedlings of Mahogany, Teak, Eucalyptus, Epil-Epil, Mango, Blackberry, Guava, Jamrul and so on are usually given for planting in government nurseries. Before cutting a tree we should plant at least four saplings and nurture them carefully.
Trees are one of the structure squares of life and give oxygen.Preservation of trees: Planting trees does not make trees. Premature death is inevitable if there is no provision for its care, maintenance and upkeep. Apart from that, maintenance and preservation of old forest is also required. To this end, a department called 'Forest Department' has been officially established and all the activities for implementation of forest expansion and conservation activities are underway. Precautions to be taken in tree conservation: The purpose of forest expansion and conservation cannot be achieved by allocation. Financial expenses alone. This requires sincere effort and effort. On the one hand it is necessary to create such jungle, on the other hand it is necessary to control the forest with the same Everybody ought to be mindful so as not to utilize timberland assets discretionarily.strict hand. Everybody ought to be mindful so as not to utilize woodland assets self-assertively. Thus, there are several observable measures for forest conservation. E.g.
1. Prevent arbitrary and arbitrary deforestation.
2. Planting new seedlings and taking care of them as required.
3. Wire mature forest deforestation; Prevent deforestation by law.
4. Protect the tree from insect attack.
5. To make necessary arrangements for forest research.
The vast majority of hungry and malnourished people live in low-income countries in developing countries, and more than half a billion people worldwide suffer from chronic food insecurity. With a worldwide populace expected to arrive at in excess of 9 billion by 2050, there will be a steady need to expand food creation and cradle stocks to meet developing demand and to deal efficiently with food production and price volatility. It is estimated that global food production will need to increase by 70% by 2050 to meet the average daily caloric needs of the world's population. Furthermore, the need for intervention has been emphasized as resources available for food production - including land, water, labor and credit - are becoming scarce and expensive. The drive for agricultural innovation is further complicated by the growing problems of climate change and depletion of natural resources.
Multiple strategies are needed to address food production and food security issues. The choice of possible approach depends on the existing social, political and economic conditions and resources for the design and implementation of the intervention. Home gardens are a time-tested local strategy that is widely adopted and practiced by the local community in a variety of situations, with limited resources and institutional support. It is clear from the literature that home gardens are a part of agricultural and food production systems in many developing countries and are widely used as a remedy for hunger and malnutrition in the face of global food crisis.
Globally, home gardens have been documented as an important complementary source to contribute to food and nutrition security and livelihoods. 'Food production o Universally, home nurseries have been archived as a significant corresponding source to add to food and nourishment security and occupations.nsmall plots adjacent to human settlements is the oldest and most sustainable form of farming'. For many centuries, home gardens have been an integral part of family farming and the local food system. Home planting is an antiquated and inescapable practice all over the planet. In the literature, home gardens have been classified as mixed, kitchen, backyard, farmhouse, compound or home garden. Generally, home gardening means cultivating a small area of land that can be in the vicinity of the house or within walking distance of the family home. Home gardens can be described as mixed.