Hundreds of Fruit Tree Seeds Planted by South Kalimantan’s Forestry Office, There are Rambutans to Crystal Guavas
Hundreds of Fruit Tree Seeds Planted by South Kalimantan’s Forestry Office, There are Rambutans to Crystal Guavas

Hundreds of Fruit Tree Seeds Planted by South Kalimantan’s Forestry Office, There are Rambutans to Crystal Guavas

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WARTABANJAR.COM, BANJARBARU – The South Kalimantan Forestry Service (Dishut) together with the Forest Plant Seedling Center and the Forestry Police raise the spirit of the Green Revolution Movement.

The planting is located on land owned by the Provincial Government of South Kalimantan Palem, Friday (6/24/2022) morning.

Exactly at 07.00 WITA, led by the Head of PKSDAE (Protection and Conservation of Natural Resources and Ecosystems) South Kalimantan Forestry Service, Panjata Satata, planting activities were carried out together after all joint personnel gathered.

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“Today we are doing planting activities again, I hope that this planting can raise the spirit of the Green Revolution, in particular we are all increasingly aware of the importance of plants for life,” said Panjata Satata.

The planting activity in the land owned by the South Kalimantan Provincial Government in Palem was carried out by all personnel using planting tools that had been brought from their respective homes such as gloves and hoes.

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All personnel immediately went through the entire area and brought productive and mixed tree seeds to be planted. In these activities there are those who make planting holes, install stakes, plant tree seeds and provide plant fertilizer.

Until the planting was completed, about 300 productive tree seedlings such as mango, soursop, water guava, crystal guava, rambutan were planted by all personnel. (edj/mc)

Editor: Erna Grandpa

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