Mushrooming housing societies and rapid construction activities have led to the fast depletion of the green cover of our planet. Despite the importance of trees in purifying air, preventing soil erosion, maintaining the ecological balance, providing natural resources and reducing global warming, very little is done to mitigate the loss of tree cover. As a consequence, pollution is increasing at an alarming rate.
We all are aware that tree plantation is one of the easiest and most effective measures towards reducing the imbalance. But, investments in tree plantation are relatively low in India. Emphasis was laid on extracting maximum revenue from the forests, and little effort was made to restore degraded lands.
In recent times, the growing demand from forest-based industries has uplifted the level of interest and investment significantly. At AGROCORP, we promote organised agro farming.
Tree Plantation Drive through Investment in Organised Agro Farming – How it is implemented?
• Investors invest in lands procured by AGROCORP to grow Melia Dubia.
• AGROCORP has worked out arrangements with different industries for the sale of produce.
• The tree plantation programme is planned in close consultation with the Indian Wood Science Technology of the Ministry of Environment, to ensure the following:
1. Right choice of soil profiles to best suit the plant requirements.
2. Carefully selected saplings that are easier to nurture and grow.
3. Plants that are suitable for the soil condition at the site chosen for plantation
AGROCORP’s efficient team looks after the overall planning, coordination and implementation of the investment plan.
The low levels of investment in the forestry sector in the past resulted in low production and low investment. Through our strategic development, we aim to offer assured returns on investment for our investors and promote Green India.
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