Monsoon is believed to be the best time for planting trees and the time between June-end and August is supposed to be the most appropriate as by then, the earth, which is dry and parched due to the scorching summers is able to absorb moisture and becomes more conducive for planting.
Then again, if planted between this period, the issue of water supply to these newly planted saplings or seeds is solved to a great extent because of the continuous rainfall in the monsoons.
So plant a tree this monsoon and contribute to a greener earth.
Let’s stop global warming by planting trees
- Please do not wait for government or NGOs to plant trees
- Sowing seeds or planting trees does not cost much
- Just collect seeds of Shatavari (Asparagus), Bel, Peeple, Tulsi, Mango, Lemon, Jamun, Neem, Custard Apple, Jack fruit etc.
- Dig 3-4 inches hole in open space, roadside, footpaths, highways, gardens or in your society or bungalow compound
- Bury these seeds in each hole with soil and then water them every two day in summer
- In rainy season need not water them
- After 15 to 30 days small plants will be born
- Please nurture them and ensure they grow big