Melia Dubia Buy Back Agreement

In the environmental field, growing the Melia-Dubia tree will help reduce the carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere by capturing carbon. This tree accumulates in six years a biomass of 300 tons per hectare and eliminates 150 tons of atmospheric carbon dioxide by sequestration. This consortia arboriculture method will help protect India`s reserve forests by reducing pressure on them to supply raw materials, say experts at the Forestry College. “They are the most sought-after types in the plywood industry. After Ambiply Panels and Doors saw Melia dubia`s potential as a raw material for the plywood industry, we turned to us to promote and support plantations on farms. That is why a consortium-based model of contract plywood farming has been developed and developed for implementation in Tamil Nadu,” he said. The program has reached an agreement with Ambiply Panels and Doors with the Research Institute for Farmer Training in the Cultivation of Melia dubia, a fast-growing tree species that has gained importance in Tamil Nadu in recent years. This model will ensure buy-back and a secure price support mechanism for producers. As a result, the plywood industry is also sustainably supplied with high-quality raw materials throughout the year. Rooted plants are planted at the beginning of the monsoon or during the monsoon.

(Ssp Group) A large tree reaches a height of 20 m. with an expanding crown and a cylindrical straight bowl of 9 m. Length X 1.2-1.5 m. Cement found in the Sikkim Himalayas, North Bengal. Upper Assam, Khasi Hills, Orissa Hills, N.Circas, Descant and Western Ghats at an altitude of 1500 – 1800 m. It grows rapidly and is used for reforestation. (Troup, I 186: Bur kills, II 1443: Bor, 253) and provides useful wood. A leak of 3.5m x 3.5m is recommended. This will give a better magnitude in a shorter time. Previously, Forest College Dean P. Durairasu had stated that contracted gasoline in pulp and match species had been detected by the college and that more than 30,000 hectares had been transported under tree cover in 29 districts of the state.