In this video, M. R. Hari explains why the common perception about Miyawaki forests being expensive is wrong. If we work out a cost-benefit analysis, we will find that the advantages will far outweigh the initial investment. In order to get a mature forest in 15-30 years, we have to prepare the best seedbed, nurture the indigenous saplings, do regular irrigation and pruning. This is equivalent to laying a good foundation for a skyscraper, and therefore the right method.
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