120,000 trees planted to enhance forest cover

Rafiullah Mandokhail

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation in collaboration with the Ministry of Climate Change and Forest and Wildlife Department Balochistan distributed and planted over 100,000 various kinds of trees to enhance forest cover and value chain in the Sulaiman Range.

According to Value Chain Specialist Yahya Musakhail approximately 120,000 trees of Deodar, Chirh, Popular, Apple, Pomegranate, Mulberry, Ailanthus, American Saroo, Baqain, Pullai, Ash, Maringa, Kabuli Kikar, Ber, Shisham, Rubinea, Almond, Pepper and Fig have been distributed and planted in different villages of the Sulaiman Range including Ahmadi Darga, Sur Lukky, Karama, Parei, Shinki Kona, Shin Ghar, Sangar, Tor Ghar, Khankei, Kapip, Zindei Malav, Mala Ragha areas.

“Established one block plantation site comprising 50 acres of land in collaboration with Forest and Wildlife department and two fruit orchards have been established on 3 acres each.

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