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Enhancing tree cover

Miyawaki Method of Creating Forest

  • 22 Jul 2014
  • Pasumai Payanam
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The miyawaki method of afforestation / planting trees involves the planting a number of different types of trees close together in a small pit. By closely planting many random trees close together in a small area enriches the green cover and reinforces the richness of the land. This will lead to co-existence of plants and as a matter of fact each plant draws from the other vital nutrients and they grow to become strong and healthy.

Miyawaki method was launched at Siruthuli during the 11th year celebration by planting 11 trees in a single pit. In the process of extending the green cover, Siruthuli experimented with yet another initiative by planting 5 species of native trees – அரச மரம், ஆல மரம், வேம்பு, மா மரம் & அரளி all in one single pit. This and a few other native tree combinations are said to have a lot of synergy in the energy fields and the aura that they exude in the areas surrounding them is truly astounding. we are indeed hoping to research more on this concept which is advocated by our ancient texts.

Required lung space can be created in a smaller area and hence it will be benifitial to all.

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Renuka
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But what about the space to branch out?

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