The Importance Of Trees


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The Importance Of Trees

 

Trees are very important for us. They provide us with shade, fruit, gum, and medications. Some trees' leaves are utilized as animal feed.
Oaks, plane trees, willows, birches, beeches, maples, ashes, lindens, and elms are examples of shade trees that absorb radiant heat from the sun and lower the ambient temperature by evaporative cooling. Why is it important to have shade from a tree on hot days? The Department of Energy claims that it can actually lower the temperature of the air around you by up to 6 degrees Fahrenheit. Trees cause coolness in the air. This helps in causing rain. 

Trees are the source of papaya, mangoes, oranges, limes, lemons, peaches, coconuts, cashews, and a variety of other fruits. Some of our favorite spices also come from different portions of trees in addition to these healthy and tasty fruits.    

The three essential drugs made from plants are aspirin, morphine, and chemotherapy. The various health benefits of plants, which have been utilized for centuries as traditional medicines, are now being employed to combat some of the top killers of people, including cancer and heart disease.

But oxygen is the most important thing that trees provide for us. In the sunlight, they take in carbon dioxide from the air and release oxygen, which is necessary for all living things to survive. they preserve air quality in this way. This process is usually referred to as photosynthesis.

Trees are also helpful in preventing soil erosion.  They keep the soil in place and shield it from the wind and water, which stops soil erosion. The soil is stabilized and held in place by the roots of trees and other plants. Moreover, plants protects soil from wind erosion and decreases the impact of precipitation when it hits the ground.
 

Additionally, trees help in reducing floods. The place where there is a dense growth of trees and plants controls the rushing water of rivers and rivulets, particularly in mountainous areas. As a result, nearby villages and towns are not affected from severe flash floods.

Trees are essential to many industries. Examples include the paper industry, the match industry, the boat industry, the housing sector, etc. Trees are another source of rubber.


 

Trees greatly enhance the place's aesthetic value. They are responsible for much of nature's beauty. Think about the trees in each season. How beautiful they are! 

 

Birds build their nests on trees and eat their fruit. Animals seek shelter in trees. So, people as well as animals can benefit greatly from trees. 

We should plant new trees instead of cutting down existing ones.
 




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