Over 39,000 trees planted in Ngaphe Township

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A total of 39,850 saplings including 10,402 plants of Eucalyptus, 2,1479 plants of cutch, 3,635 plants of Sitt, 1,209 plants of bamboo, 100 plants of Martakut, 550 plants of neen, 90 plants of gum-kino, 900 plants of chukrassia, 900 plants of Myanmar raintree, 450 plants of Tectona and 135 plants of Holoptelea were planted on 80 acres of the village land.

Officials from the Dry Zone Greening Department of Magway Region, carried out plantations in Ngaphe Township, Minbu District this month, said the departmental officials.
A total of 39,850 saplings including 50 acres of watershed plantations, 30 acres of village firewood plantations and special green plantations are being cultivated starting from 11 June.
Special plantation will be continued this rainy season to revitalize the tropics said officials from the Department of Dry Zone Greening.
U Zaw Thin, Head of Dry Zone Greening Department, Ngaphe Township, staff and local people participated in the plantation.
A total of 39,850 saplings including 10,402 plants of Eucalyptus, 2,1479 plants of cutch, 3,635 plants of Sitt, 1,209 plants of bamboo, 100 plants of Martakut, 550 plants of neen, 90 plants of gum-kino, 900 plants of chukrassia, 900 plants of Myanmar raintree, 450 plants of Tectona and 135 plants of Holoptelea were planted on 80 acres of the village land. — Ma Yu (Ngaphe)/ GNLM

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