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In the Herbal Park developed by the Forest Department at DC Colony in Jind, Haryana, the work of developing nursery of 50 different species of saplings is now being done. Many rare species of timber, ornamental plants, medicinal plants are also being prepared in this nursery spread over about two and a half acres.
In the Herbal Park developed by the Forest Department at DC Colony in Jind, Haryana, the work of developing nursery of 50 different species of saplings is now being done. Many rare species of timber, ornamental plants, medicinal plants are also being prepared in this nursery spread over about two and a half acres. Trees and plants of many rare species will also be easily available in this nursery. The process of preparing the nursery here has been started by the Forest Department of Jind city. Divisional Forest Officer, Jind, Rohtash Burthal told that in this nursery, endangered plants like nettle, bud and peepal are also being prepared. Saplings of plants like Amaltash, Amla, Arjun, Waheda, Belpathar, Neem, Gulmor, Tamarind, Jamun, Kachnar, Kadam, Champa, Kurum, Leshwa, Papdi, Chandni, Herbal Plant, Mulberry, Guganbel, Tikoma are prepared in this nursery. Has been
people will not have to go out
The Forest Department official says that the biggest advantage of this nursery being built in Jind is that now even if the people here want a rare variety of plant, they will not have to go outside the city to buy it. According to the District Forest Division Officer, after the nursery is developed in the herbal park, facility like selling plants will also be considered.
thick trunk of mango tree
A trunk of a mango tree has been kept in the Herbal Park, the thickness of which is more than 18 feet. The trunk of this tree weighs 77 quintals. To keep it, a special platform has also been prepared in the Herbal Park. The purpose of keeping this thick stem is to convey the message of the protector of trees and plants to the people.
canal water will be available soon
An amount of Rs 18 lakh is being spent on the project of providing canal water to Herbal Park. According to officials, water will be brought to the Herbal Park by laying pipelines from 7 Rajwahes. On getting canal water, it will have a special effect on the growth of all the trees and plants that are going to grow, which will also be very beneficial.
Kishan Agarwal, Krishi Jagran
English Summary: Herbal Park starts the process of developing plant nursery Published on: 23 November 2018, 05:03 IST
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