Objectives of the Project
- Up to 30 times denser compared to conventional plantations.
- Due to narrow sowing of all types of trees layers (i.e., Canopy layer, Tree layer, Sub-tree layer, Scrub layer) in single area leads to 30 times better noise and dust reduction.
- Up to 30 times better Carbon-dioxide (CO2) absorption as compared to a monoculture plantation.
- A completely maintenance-free, wild and native forest after the initial three years.
- Entire work of the forest includes completely chemical fertilizer free.
The Miyawaki Forest development Techniques is a unique method followed and proven that to work worldwide, irrespective of surrounding environment and weather conditions. More than 3000 forests have been formed worldwide using this methodology.
Methodology involves following steps: –
- Soil assessment need to be carried out to determine the condition of the soil.
- Excavation up to 3’
- Backfilling Red soil using organic materials that enhance its aeration, water retention, nutrients for entire forest floor area(i.e., by providing manure, coco-peat, rice husks, mulching layer by layer) – Land Preparation
- Seedlings of native species (at least 50-100 different species planted in the same area) – Planting
- Seedling contain of all types of plant layers (i.e., Canopy layer, Tree layer, Sub- tree layer & Scrub layer)
- Watering must be required thrice in a week at the initial growth stage.