In this video, M. R. Hari explores the practicability of putting up a Miyawaki forest in one acre of land. That will be too expensive to afford. Instead, if we put up small strips or islands of forests here and there, following the Miyawaki Method, in course of time, with the intervention of birds and small creatures, new plants and trees will grow. The islands and strips will expand, and fill the intervening spaces. This will ultimately pave the way for a full forest, and we will get adequate returns for our investment.
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