Plant a Tree

Plant a Tree

Plant a Tree

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Plant real trees in public lands to honor friends with eKISANGYM Cards for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries….

Start a Grove for your own celebrations & have friends plant and greet you in the planting period you specify.

Plant now, “bank” your trees, & dedicate them whenever you want to greet friends; choose the design of the eKISANGYM Card, pre-program dates to send them, compose your personal messages, upload your image; locate the tree-planting project you support through our “Locate-Tree” feature.

Your tree planting gift to the world creates jobs, benefits communities & wildlife, improves water catchment.

Plant trees and honour with eKISANGYM Cards

Planting a tree is a lifelong investment. Getting your new tree off to a healthy start will help the tree mature to its full size and ensures it will provide environmental, economic, and social benefits throughout its lifetime. A plantation is not a natural ecosystem. Plantations are also sometimes known as “man-made forests” or “tree farms”, though this latter term more typically refers to specialist tree nurseries which produce the seedling trees used to create plantations.

Classification of Tree Plantations

Industrial Tree plantations

Industrial plantations are actively managed for the commercial production of forest products. Individual blocks are usually even-aged and often consist of just one or two species. These species can be exotic or indigenous. Industrial plantations are usually large-scale.

Wood production on a tree plantation is generally higher than that of natural forests. While forests managed for wood production commonly yield between 1 and 3 cubic meters per hectare per year, plantations of tropical species commonly yield between 5 and 20 cubic meters per hectare annually; A eucalyptus plantation can have growth rates of 25 cubic meter per hectare per year or higher. World wide, forest plantations now amount to less then 5 percent of total forested area, but account for 20 percent of current world wood production.