They breathe in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen that sustains our life.
Thus they make this world a better place to live in.
Trees are also very necessary for having good rainfall.
The trees attract rain bearing clouds and prevent soil erosion and conserve the earth.
Our Government also realised the importance of trees.
By absorbing the extra carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen, trees help make the environment clean and more suitable to live in.
Forested areas are pleasantly cool, get better rainfall and have cleaner air.
Many trees are grown especially for their products, such as the rubber tree, which gives us rubber that is so useful to us.
Conclusion: Trees are immensely useful to all of us.
They give us so much, taking almost nothing in return!
They help us to remain calm and cool, provide us with a charming surrounding and share their wealth with us so selflessly.
Better management of forests would allow governments to responsibly cut down trees and develop those areas for the welfare of society.
However, we must condemn irresponsible, unsupervised hacking of trees anywhere on the planet.
At the same time, we must grow more and more trees.
Trees occupy an important place in the life of man.
This can be to create factories, new townships, wider roads, railways, entertainment centres and so on. Wood from other trees is used as fuel for cooking and for warming houses. Examples of usefulness of trees: Have you eaten an apple? Then you will know what I mean when I say that trees provide food.
They do not realise that they are committing a big mistake. Other fruits like jackfruit, coconut and figs also grow on trees.
Usefulness of trees: How trees are useful: Trees are useful to us in many ways. Most of the furniture in any house is made from wood.
In mountainous regions, even the walls are made from logs of trees.
In cold areas, where people need to heat their homes, wood from trees is used for heating. These include medicines for fever, malaria, heart-diseases etc.
The trees provide us flowers, fruits, fodder for animals, wood for fire and furniture and provide cool shadow from scorching sun.
They give us so many such good things and yet expect nothing in return.
Trees give us fruits for food and flowers for pleasure. Many trees provide us medicinal products such as quinine and eucalyptus.
They provide us timber (wood) for building our houses and making furniture. In fact, most of the medicines that we use ultimately come to us through trees and vegetation.
Trees play an important role in purifying the air around us.
Introduction: Trees are tall plants with hard and thick stems (trunks).
The main trunks of large trees like the mango and the banyan bear many branches, which further divide into smaller branches. Branching causes the tree to spread out wide on all sides.
Trees are Nature’s wonders and a great gift to mankind as well as to all those who depend on it. Many trees, for example, in a forest, can make the climate pleasant and the air clean. Rain: Forested areas get better rainfall compared to areas with no tree cover. Oxygen: When trees respire, they release oxygen that all animals need for their survival. Soil conservation : Trees help to prevent destruction of the fertility of soil as well as stop soil erosion, particularly on slopes and mountains.
While some dependants stay on the trees, others come to it to rest or to feed. Humans have used almost any and every tree to their benefit. Medicines: Many trees are the source of useful modern medicines. Shelter: The canopy of leaves and branches gives us shelter. By protecting soil fertility, they allow a better yield of crops and help feed more mouths all over the world.
It is very sad that the same humans are destroying trees all over the world in the name of “development”. Wood: The wood from some trees such as teak, walnut, rosewood and oak is used to make furniture. They thereby help to reduce malnutrition, poverty and hunger.