On hearing about and seeing a forest that Dr Akira Miyawaki put up on a rocky place, we decided to conduct a similar experiment in a 12 sq. m area in the Puliyarakonam plot.   First, we encircled entire area with a short iron net fence.  Then we bored four sq. cm. holes, four feet deep, into the rocks at random points and fixed wooden stakes in them temporarily.  Further, we created one square metre segments, each surrounded by the iron net fence, and filled them with four feet of potting mixture.  The stakes were then removed so that the potting mixture and water would seep into the holes and also permit roots to penetrate, and  then planted more than 6o saplings.  Thus a rock-top forest came into being on 19 November 2020.