Mono-culture plantation policy

India's Ministry of Environment has seen a growth of 1 percent in the forest area of India by forming a satellite image base. It has been recorded compared to the previous two years. This type of digital picture does not detect the truth of the inner parts of green areas. By the end of the century the baseline cover has increased by 20 percent. Yet the trees are still less in comparison to the old ones. We can not count the trees grown for commercial purposes, in general forests. In accordance with the 1968 champion and the saeth classification, there are 16 types of main and 221 types of other forests in India. But due to the excessive exploitation of them in India during the pre-British period, the British have now remained in limited quantity.
The Ministry of Environment has reported about 1200 sq. Km in Mizoram, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh in its report. that the forest area has been destroyed. Afforestation programs are being run at various levels in other parts of the country. But these programs can not compensate for the damage done to the global image of the biodiversity of North Eastern States.
India needs to change the monoculture plantation policy by reviewing the afforestation programs. Scientific access to this area is required. In a recent assessment, 3,00,000 sq km of open forest area The area has been identified. This area can be brought in the work of planting of diverse, indigenous trees. A dedicated effort is required to protect valuable forests in the North-Eastern regions.

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